Children's Occupational Therapy

About the Service

The Children’s Occupational Therapy service offers a child and family centred approach to support children and young people with their independence in all aspects of daily living, such as self-feeding, dressing and participating in play and school activities. The service is available to children and families across Hertfordshire. 

We work in partnership with parents/carers and other colleagues to promote positive outcomes for children by using a range of approaches that are individually tailored to each child and family. This may include the provision of an activity plan, specialist equipment, treatment sessions or training to parents, carers and school staff.

The Children’s Occupational Therapy Service in Hertfordshire is integrated across health and social Care, which means in addition to the support above the service can also provide assessment and advice on adaptations to your home or child’s school environments to meet their specific needs.

The Children’s Occupational Therapy Service supports children from 0 - 18 years old. 

We also support young people aged 18 - 19 years old who have a statement of Educational Need or an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) who are attending schools in Hertfordshire.

Please use the links on this site to find out more about us and how to contact the Children’s Occupational Therapy Service.

Children's Occupational Therapy Service poster
Children's Occupational Therapy leaflet

Clinic Locations

How the Service is provided

Who is eligible for this Service

What will happen at your appointment

Useful information

Making a referral

Patient Experience