Otkin is a nature based, sensory integration occupational therapy service for young people aged 3-25 years old and those who care for them.
• Specialist Occupational Therapy Assessment of developmental, sensory and/or attachment needs
• Individual or group sensory integration based occupational therapy sessions. In a beautiful woodland site where the great oak tree holds our sensory swings and offers shelter, creating a regulating space to explore our sensory worlds.
• Training for parents and professionals who wish to develop their understanding and skills working with those with sensory processing and developmental needs
Who do we work with?
Those with differences and disabilities who maybe awaiting assessment for, or have diagnoses of sensory processing difficulties, autism, ADHD, Developmental Coordination Disorder, movement and/or learning difficulties and disabilities, who have experienced trauma related to their sensory needs, or developmental trauma and those at risk or isolation or discrimination.
Who are we?
A small and highly specialist team with many years’ experience delivering outdoor occupational therapy. We have post graduate certificates in sensory integration and sensory attachment Intervention, Enhanced DBS and are registered with the HCPC and RCOT
How can you access us?
We are commissioned by carers, parents, schools, local charities, community and parent groups, the local authorities of Brighton & Hove, East and West Sussex and the NHS.
What do people say about us?
‘Our therapist conducts sessions with fun, kindness, and professionalism, she has aided our daughter, providing detailed well-informed reporting and reviews. Most importantly she has helped her achieve all of her goals. Our daughter particularly enjoys the nature sessions and I have no hesitation in recommending.’ Parent of 10 year old
Royal College of Occupational Therapists
Health Professions Council
Sensory Integration Network
South East England
Brighton and Hove
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