Leap Children’s Therapy is a dynamic and innovative company dedicated to providing quality services to children, young people, their families and schools. We strive to promote the independence of the child whilst maintaining their anonymity. Our aim is to support each child to learn and develop and to ensure their skills transfer into the home and school enviroment.
We are 3 highly qualified Specialist Occupational Therapists:
Copyright © Leap Childrens Therapy Limited 2011
Registered in England and Wales. No. 7395212
Address. Unit 3, Anglo Office Park, Lincoln Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP12 3RH
Tel. 01494 761 552
Joanna Hart, Bsc (Hons) OT; Diploma in Psychology
Elaine O’Riordan, Bsc (Hons) OT; PGCert Sensory Integration
Nicci Paine, Bsc (Hons) OT; MA Autism
Leap Children's Therapy offers quality family centred therapy services to meet all children's needs.
We work closely with parents, carers and school staff to design a specific package of care to meet each child’s unique needs.
We provide comprehensive assessments, including a range of standardised and non standardised assessments to help identify difficulties related to the child’s gross and fine motor skills, sensory processing, attention and concentration skills, perceptual skills and self-care skills.
We provide intervention within a range of settings, within a clinic, at school, at home or in the community. We provide individualised and group treatment, auditory integration therapy, practical strategies and training to staff, parents and carers.
We run a variety of therapy groups to help your child with their handwriting, postural control, co-ordination, visual perception, sensory processing, functional and social skills.
We offer information and training sessions for parents, carers, teachers and other professionals who may be involved in your child's life.
Elaine is an Occupational Therapist who works with children and young people with a wide range of difficulties and disabilities, specialising with children with Sensory Integration Difficulties and Autistic Spectrum Conditions. Elaine works with children, parents and teachers on a daily basis across a variety of settings including within the clinic, schools, community and homes.
Elaine is co-director of Brain Sense Therapy, a consultation service providing resources and training to therapists, primarily related to the use of the Therapeutic Listening®.
Elaine works part-time as a Senior Specialist Occupational Therapist at the Royal Free Hospital Trust, assessing and treating children with Autism and Sensory Integration Difficulties.
Elaine wishes to empower children, their families and support network with intervention and strategies to progress their sensory, motor and functional needs.