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Occupational therapy is a health care profession that helps individuals with difficulties achieve their maximum level of independence and potential in all areas if daily living, including work, play, self-care, and school. We work with other key people involved with children and young people’s lives such as families, other health professionals, education and social care to ensure the best support is available.
We help children and young people who have significant difficulties carrying out their everyday activities, are aged 0-18 years and live in Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire or Ceredigion. You must be referred to the service by health professionals that know the child.
We do not see children if their primary difficulty is due to behavioural difficulties.