What topic would you like to learn more about today?
GriffinOT has resources on a wide range of children’s occupational therapy needs. This includes information on sensory processing disorder and fine motor skills. Our resources are relevant for parents, teachers and health professions supporting children with additional needs at any stage of their journey. This includes introductory information and more in depth training. Here’s a few of our frequently read articles.
Why I set up GriffinOT
“Parents and teachers are all too often left to run their children’s occupational therapy programme with little support and limited training. With GriffinOT’s online resources I am aiming to change this.”
Drawing on her 15 years of experience, Kim is on a social mission to make sensory processing disorder training and motor skill development programmes affordable and accessible to all. Learn more about Kim here.
How we can help you to support your child or the children you work with
At GriffinOT, we have a range of affordable video training courses available to teach you how to support children with additional needs. Our courses aim to give you immediate access to occupational therapy expertise. They are specifically designed with parents and teachers in mind. You can start learning how to help right now, even if your child doesn’t have a diagnosis. Here’s some of our popular courses.
“This introductory course to SPD is perfectly pitched: it deals with very complex concepts in a clear, direct way which is accessible to all. I will be adding the full course to my team’s CPD. Many thanks to GriffinOT”
“I found this course really easy to follow and liked how you could stop and come back to the course over a period of time in order to complete it.”
“The material was clear and understandable, even being unfamiliar with certain terms prior to the course. The videos were engaging and real life examples aided in understanding the topic further.”
“This was such a useful course. We have very little access to an OT in school and an increasing number of children with sensory processing difficulties. This course has enabled me to gain a better understanding of their needs and as SENCO better support class teachers who are working hard to meet the needs of all their pupils – thank you.”