For Parents

Does your child need help to reach their full potential?

Our team at Thrive helps children and young people of all abilities to maximise their potential through intervention to help them develop the necessary skills to participate fully in daily activities.

We will talk with you about your child’s development and the underlying abilities your child needs to engage in everyday day activities. We will investigate your child’s sensory processing as well as skills such as gross and fine motor skills, pretend play skills, self care skills, handwriting, attention, planning and organisation, and visual perception and how deficits in these area may contribute to their day to day functioning.

Who we help

Parent Workshops

These sessions are designed to enhance parent’s understanding of child development and strategies to promote their child’s participation in relevant areas. These groups are also provided to supplement the therapeutic services your child may be receiving from Thrive through a school or children’s centre.

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What our customers say

We love receiving messages like this about a member of our team.

[Also] Carly the OT who came out to [my child’s] school was amazing!!! She gave me some really useful info/knowledge and resources to research. I went away feeling like I had a little clearer understanding of how [my child’s] brain works and how I can further support her. Please pass on my thanks.

Parent, November 2023. Banner girl smiling with purple square with Carly's headshot in centre

Parent Feedback

Another fabulous comment received about one of our exceptional OTs; Carly 

Just a personal note to say thank you again for attending [my child’s] Annual Review with the others. It was lovely see you all there as people who have worked with [my child] this last year, on the same page with [my child] and listening to your comments about [them].

If we ever need to use Thrive again either through the LA or privately for reassessment, without a doubt you will be the first person I think of! 

Parent, 20th May 2024

Parent Feedback

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