Thrive Therapists are an experienced team of occupational therapists who are committed to nurturing children and empowering parents so that families can thrive in their daily lives.
At Thrive, we understand the unique challenges faced by families with children who have developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, developmental coordination disorders and movement disorders like cerebral palsy. Our commitment is to nurture children and empower parents on their journey toward growth and development so they can Thrive.
Thrive Children’s Occupational Therapy is a paediatric private practice in Adelaide. We provide services to families who have children aged from Birth to 12 years are having difficulties with accessing their daily tasks related to concentration, coordination, sensory, planning, play and self care.
Join us at Thrive Children's Occupational Therapy and embark on a journey where your child's unique abilities are celebrated, and their development is nurtured with care and expertise.
Occupational therapy plays a crucial role in supporting children with developmental delays. Our experienced therapists assess each child’s individual strengths and challenges, tailoring interventions to promote skill development. Through engaging activities and targeted exercises, we work to enhance fine and gross motor skills, sensory processing, and cognitive abilities, fostering a foundation for overall growth.
Children with Attention Deficit Disorder often benefit from occupational therapy interventions that focus on executive functioning skills, sensory regulation, and organizational strategies. Thrive’s approach is designed to address the unique challenges associated with ADD, helping children build attention, concentration, and organizational skills crucial for success in daily activities.
Thrive Children’s Occupational Therapy understands the diverse needs of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Our therapists employ evidence-based practices, employing strategies that enhance sensory integration, social skills, and self-regulation. We create a supportive environment that respects individual differences, aiming to empower children to navigate the world with confidence and ease.
Our therapists specialize in working with children with cerebral palsy, recognizing the importance of addressing both physical and functional aspects. We develop personalized plans to improve motor coordination, enhance independence in daily activities, and support overall physical well-being. Whether in our clinic or the child’s natural environment, our goal is to maximize your child’s potential and quality of life.
Children aged from birth to 12 years who have developmental delays, Autism Spectrum Disorder or intellectual disabilities can struggle with their daily living skills. Thrive Children’s Occupational Therapy Service will work with you and your child to provide assistance with their:
• Attention and organisation
• Sensory processing
• Play skills with toys
• Social interactions with others
• Fine motor & hand skills
• Drawing and cutting skills
• Independence in self care tasks such as dressing and toileting
Children and Adolescents with physical disabilities (including Cerebral Palsy and other movement disorders), neurological conditions and acquired brain injury will receive occupational therapy support to enable them to participate in their home and school environment including assistance with:
• Attention and memory
• Upper limb rehabilitation
• Fine motor and hand skills
• Hand writing
• Dressing independence
• Use of utensils
• Planning and organisational skills
Thrive is able to assist you with coordinating your child’s individual package of care. Together we can determine your child’s major therapy goals and needs. We can then assist you to find the most suitable practitioners to meet your child’s needs as well as providing your child with a comprehensive occupational therapy service. Regular reviews are offered as part of this process.
Thrive Children’s Occupational Therapy Service is committed to working closely with the practitioners already involved in your child’s care to ensure a coordinated approach and to maximise outcomes.