Bunbury Occupational Therapy

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COVID-19: 5 Lessons the Military taught me

Posted on 21 March, 2020 at 3:30

Today I'd like to tell you about my stint in the Military! Did you know that I spent more than 10 years in the South African Military Services? In a time that the world is wrapping its head around a new way of living for 2020 due to COVID-19, you may ask what this have to do with anything relevant to the current pandemic. However, I'd like to share a few lessons learnt that is applicable for...

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Auditory Sensitivity

Posted on 2 March, 2020 at 5:15

Have you got a little Horton? One who hears every little thing and is perhaps too sensitive to sounds? My 3 top tips for auditory sensitivity:


1. Prepare your child when known triggers will occur in a day. This can be done verbally or with a visual schedule. Please do so well in advance!...

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2020 - New offices

Posted on 2 February, 2020 at 4:15

2020 is here!

With much excitement, we awaited the completion of internal walls to the practice.

A reception and two offices now share the sensory integration gym area.

It was a dusty, messy process and Mrs "D" and Miss Esmé were cleaning everything inside-and-out for a whole week before opening the doors ...

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New Year. New Name. New Blog. New Beginnings

Posted on 9 February, 2019 at 1:40

It's February 2019 and the new year brought about a change for the practice.

We've refreshed our name! The practice is now called SPOTS - Therapy for Children. This aligns with our longterm vision to be a vibrant hub of multi-disciplinary services with the sole purpose to focus on improving and positively impacting the lives of children and their families. You'll still see our colourful logo - it is a firm fav...

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Spring-time celebrations

Posted on 2 September, 2016 at 1:00

Spring has a special way to invigorate me. It fills me with renewed energy and I can't help but "buzz" with eagerness to get myself organised and ready for the rest of the year!

Every spring I am amazed that everything in nature confirms that change is good. That change is necessary. That nothing remains static and con...

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