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Occupational Therapy Clinic

Location:
555 University Avenue, S229, Burton Wing, Service Level
Phone:
416-813-2153
Email:
occupational.therapy@sickkids.ca
Fax:
416-813-8557
Hours:
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (except for holidays)

About the Clinic

The primary focus of Occupational Therapy (OT) at SickKids is the assessment and treatment of acute events resulting in changes of function. However there may be cases in which OT is involved with your child’s care on an outpatient/ ongoing basis. These specialized services may not otherwise be available in the community.

Pre-appointment Instructions

Directions: 

Take the elevators near Shopper’s Drug Mart (Black Wing) down to the S level. Once out of the elevators there is a sign on the wall that points to the Rehabilitation Department. The department’s room number is S229 in the Burton Wing. 

What to Expect During Your Visit

Consultation in clinics

OT may be available for consultation though specialized clinics. You may inquire about an OT consult with your health care team (Doctor, Nurse Practitioner). Consultation may include assessment of needs, initiation of treatment and referrals to community providers.

Assessment and treatment in Rehabilitation Department

You may be referred by your family doctor/ pediatrician for an OT assessment. The common reasons for assessment or treatment include feeding/ swallowing concerns, fine motor/ developmental concerns, scar management, sensory motor dysfunction or changes in cognition/ behavior following a previous traumatic injury or event. Ongoing outpatient treatment at SickKids is limited, however certain programs may provide these services.

Coming to a clinic appointment

It's important to come prepared and be on time for a clinic appointment. Visit Coming for Clinic Appointments to read appointment guidelines that are applicable for most clinical appointments at SickKids.

You’ll find information on how to prepare and what to bring, what to do if you/your child are sick before your appointment or you need to cancel,  and important things to know about the SickKids philosophy.

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