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OT recommendation - inner west Sydney
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Posted 18 September 2019 - 01:18 PM
Long story short daycare agrees with us that DS1 needs some assistance before starting school next year. We have concerns with both his fine and gross motor skills.
DS1 is very sensitive, under confident and not particularly resilient. Finding a therapist with the right manner and style is going to be really important.
If you have a child with a similar temperament and can recommend an OT in inner west Sydney it would be much appreciated.
Posted 18 September 2019 - 01:57 PM
We have one kid at therapies for kids and I don't love our OT there to be honest but I haven't met the other one.
However my 7 year old son sees a different OT at inner west paediatrics on Norton St and he adores her. She is lovely and I would absolutely recommended her - her name is Louise. They have quite a few OTs so would probably be happy to recommend one specifically for your son's needs if you asked.
Posted 18 September 2019 - 03:34 PM
Thank you panda eyes! Thats the first website that come up and they look good. Great to know you’ve had a good experience:-)
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