Therapy sessions for familiesThis is a brief overview for Parents, Grandparents and Guardians about the kinds of sessions The Owl Centre can offer in all of our service disciplines.

The Owl Centre is dedicated to, and passionate about, helping families to understand where their child is at and how to move them forward. We are committed to getting the best out of their child so that families feel as if they have a large safety net around them and guidance when they feel lost.

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How the process works

If you are a parent, a grandparent or a guardian who has a concern about their child, feel free to contact us for a free telephone consultation.

No formal referral is required. Simply telephone or email us, providing a description of your child’s needs, and we will find a relevant therapist who can help you. If you are not sure what kind of therapist would be best suited to see your child, we can advise you.

Your child may or may not be already known to the NHS services. Either way, many people choose private therapy to top up what they already receive; to beat the waiting list; for a second opinion; or simply for more therapy ideas. We feel strongly that as you are the child’s main source of development, it is very important that you have a wide range of activities or exercises that you know will help, and an array of ‘tricks up your sleeve’ that you can incorporate into that spare 5 or 10 minutes during the day.

 

Types of Appointments:

Assessments

  • Initial Assessments
  • Follow-up Assessments (Reviews)
  • Second Opinion assessments

Therapy

    • Tailor-made therapy programmes to meet your child's individual needs. These are generally conducted in-house or through school or home visits. 
    • Advice Sessions

  • The Owl Centre is happy to implement a therapy programme from a current NHS report or enhance the activities written in the child’s ‘My Plan’.

Meetings we can attend:

  • TAC meetings
  • Case conferences
  • Annual reviews
  • IEP meetings
  • My Plan meetings

Payment

Invoices are sent to the client by email at the end of each month. The usual method of payment is a BACS transfer but cheques can also be sent to us by post. If necessary, the client can pay the therapist in cash or by cheque on the day of the appointment.

 

For more information about our services, please contact us

 

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