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Sensory Assessment

I offer sensory assessments and more, for those children and adults who may have autism, ADHD, dyspraxia, poor fine and gross motor function, poor handwriting, have low muscle tone etc.  I can also offer functional and environmental assessments.

I am a fully trained and qualified occupational therapist, registered with the HCPC - No. OT67391.

Website http://www.teestherapy.co.uk will be online by mid April.

Also contact me via info@teestherapy.co.uk OR teestherapy@gmail.com 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Mick Kirby
Contact Position
Occupational Therapist
Telephone
07806777853
E-mail
info@teestherapy.co.uk
Website
www.teestherapy.co.uk

Where to go

Notes

I offer sensory assessments that can be completed remotely, via an email link, to be completed by the person or people that spend most time with the individual and can give accurate answers.  This may be the parents, teacher or carer.

I can also offer face to face assessments.

Follow up appointments can be arranged to monitor and re-evaluate any suggested interventions and recommendations.

I will be looking to assess in schools and own home where possible, subject to travel distances.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Sensory Assessment can be administered anytime however full report and recommendations would take 3-5 working days.
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon

Other Details

Costs

Details
£300 for the Sensory Assessment which includes full sensory profile, analysis and interpretation, comprehensive report, recommendations. This is considerably lower than the average assessment nationwide. £70 per hour is for additional follow up sessions or initial consultation and subsequent 1 hour sessions. There will be a sensory screening tool available to see if the individual may require a full sensory assessment.

Availability

Referral required
No
Referral Details

No referral is required however it would help if there were definite diagnoses of conditions for the individual concerned.

A sensory screen is initially administered before a decision is made whether or not to continue with a full assessment.

Other notes

I will be looking to offer services to help out those with handwriting difficulties, poor fine and gross motor function, dyspraxia, bilateral coordination, low muscle tone, hand-eye coordination, and can administer functional and environmental assessments.

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