Seek Sense OT provides occupational therapy to children of all ages and their families in Dorset and Hampshire. The primary goal of Occupational Therapy is to enable children to participate as fully as is possible in the activities of everyday life. The three main areas of occupation in a child's everyday life are self-care (i.e. washing, teeth cleaning, dressing, eating, etc); school; and play.

Occupational Therapists address the question:- "Why does this child have difficulties managing his or her daily activities (or occupations) and what can we change to make it possible for him or her to manage better?"

Children may have any of the following conditions: Autism Spectrum Disorder; ADHD; Developmental Coordination Disorder; poor self regulation including emotions and behaviours; Developmental delay; Learning difficulties; Sensory Processing difficulties; and many more. 

All children seen by Seek Sense OT will receive a detailed assessment of their needs; provision of a comprehensive written report; treatment plans and programmes based on the needs identified during assessment; and individual therapy treatment sessions when required.

Susan is a highly specialist Occupational Therapist and Advanced Sensory Integration Practitioner. She comes with over 12 years of experience working across social care, NHS, and private organisations. She works with children of all ages including children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Learning Disabilities, and many more. 

Susan is experienced in delivering training to parents, carers, and professionals in a group and individual settings. She has a strong interest in working with children with Autism and associated challenging behaviours. 

She is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and is a member of the Sensory Integration Network UK and the Royal College of Occupational Therapists.