NDIS & Disability

Occupational Therapy

HG Allied Health 2 1920x0 c default

Do you want to make an enquiry or make a booking?

Contact us for more information about our services or book an Occupational Therapy session now.

Contact Our Friendly Team

What is Occupational Therapy?

An Occupational Therapist provides support to children, young people and adults whose health or disability makes it hard for them to do the things they would like to do. OT’s can identify strengths and difficulties, help with solutions and support individuals to participate in activities.


  • Gross motor skills - movements and actions that use larger muscle groups and body parts.
  • Fine motor skills - movements and actions that use smaller muscles and body parts and often require precision and dexterity.
  • Sensory processing - how we receive and process information from our environment and react to this information.
  • Functional cognition - how an individual utilises and integrates their thinking and processing skills to accomplish everyday activities in clinical and community living environments. Numerous mental skills that allow to master learning including skills such as working memory, flexible thinking, and self-control of focus, concentration and attention.
  • Emotional regulation - the ability to respond to the ongoing demands of experience with the range of emotions in a manner that is socially tolerable and sufficiently flexible to permit spontaneous reactions as well as the ability to delay spontaneous reactions as needed.
  • Parent collaboration strategies - promoting for enhancing children's performance and criticism for reproducing educational inequality between parents, therapists and client goals.
  • Social skills - targeting self-regulation skills to better manage social situations.
  • Daily living & functional life skills - the skills we utilise to physically care for ourselves, such as cooking and feeding ourselves, dressing, toileting, etc.
  • Incontinence training - the ability to train bladder and bowel control and assess the individuals’ function.
  • Sleep - identifying barriers and challenges to maintaining healthy sleep and developing strategies to improve the quality of sleep.
  • Leisure or play skills – working on activities and skills that are meaningful, including leisure and play.

Read more about who Occupational Therapy can benefit HERE.

What does Occupational Therapy at Hessel Group look like?

Our OT’s based in SA, strive to assist individuals to live an independent and meaningful life. The first steps when starting therapy is to gather information about your needs and complete an individual assessment. This will assist in developing a personalised therapy plan that best meets your needs and works towards your goals.


  • Identify any strengths and areas the individual finds challenging
  • What factors might be contributing to these challenges and how to minimise these
  • Develop an individualised therapy plan to address these challenges and build skills
  • Introduce and implement strategies with the individual and their support network

Read more about Hessel Group's Occupational Therapy Assessment Services HERE.

Do you need more information or would like to make a booking?
Contact Us

How long are sessions?

Therapy sessions are typically 1 hour in duration. Sessions can occur as frequently as required but in most cases, this is either weekly or fortnightly.


Age Range

People of all ages are eligible to have this service.


You may either choose to have these sessions in our clinic, the client’s home, educational facility or workplace. Hessel Group's Occupational Therapy Services are located in South Australia (Welland and Fullarton).

Adult ball close up view daylight 339619


Contact us today for further information about Hessel Group's Occupational Therapy services on 8462 0222 or lodge an enquiry HERE!

Would you like to see the prices of our NDIS & Disability services?

Check Out Our Prices