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Clinic at the Royal Children's Hospital

An Occupational Therapist supports children and young people to participate in educational, community and home environments. They address activities that a child needs, wants or would like to participate within. Common occupational performance areas include:

  • Self care (e.g. dressing and cutlery use)
  • School participation
  • Leisure and play
  • Work place support

The following practitioners at CPMG are expert paediatric occupational therapists:

Simone is the principal therapist of Melbourne Children’s Hand Therapy. She is an Occupational Therapist specialising in Paediatric Hand Therapy. Simone has an 18-year association with the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne, providing upper-limb programs to support children and young persons to participate in everyday activities in educational, community and home environments.

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