RRT provides OT services to
Abbey Surestart (Rathcoole, Monkstown, Merville and Whiteabbey) , identifying sensory processing issues for children in the Two-Year-Old Developmental Programme.
RRT provides independent occupational therapy assessment and intervention for developmental, sensory or equipment needs for children referred through sense.
RRT has worked with Aergo Health to assist in the development of a case study protocol. Aergo Health's aim is to demonstrate the clinical effectiveness of their smart air technology seating system.
RRT provides OT services
for Horizon Sure Start (Larne & Carrickfergus), identifying sensory processing issues for children in the Developmental Programme.
RRT has worked in partnership with the Northern Ireland Child Minding Association to develop information and training on its PLAY (Play and Learning Analysis for Youngsters) Guide, specifically for use by childminders.
Clare is a specialist occupational therapist at Middletown Centre for Autism, providing autism support for primary and post-primary pupils, sensory assessments and training sessions for parents and teachers.
RRT completes some standardised assessments in a classroom at Just Active Gym. Clare is also a keen member here!
RRT provides OT services for Mae Murray Foundation. Clare provides impartial advice on equipment for families of young people of all abilities, and facilitates Bugzi, WizzyBug and TinyTrax assessments.
RRT is a member of Playboard NI, and has co-created material to support play for children with additional needs. RRT endorses the Northern Ireland Play and Leisure Policy.
RRT has completed evidence-based
research for Leckey on head control. The final document can be accessed via
the Leckey website.
RRT provides services to Gold Surestart (Cookstown), working with the Play My Way team, children and their families.
Clare completes quantum medical-legal reports upon instruction on behalf of Breda Jamison Occupational Therapy Consultants.
RRT works with individuals referred for OT via case managers. Case managers ensure that recommendations agreed by the courts are fulfilled
RRT has links with Ulster University, Jordanstown and Ulster University, Belfast working with OT and Product Design students.
RRT has worked with nursing colleagues at Queen's University, Belfast, explaining the role of night-time positioning for providing postural support and preventing tissue damage.