Children who have more complex needs and difficulties may require help to learn some of the skills they will need to cope with daily living.

If they need help with communicating they may see a speech and language therapist, for example. Or a physiotherapist can help them with movement skills and mobility. Read more about the types of therapies available below.

Speech and Language Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Psychological therapies

Making the most of therapies

However good your child’s assessment and therapy sessions are, they’ll make little difference unless you put in regular work at home too. Here’s our tips for making sure your child really benefits from therapeutic input.

At therapy sessions
At home


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