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New PossibilOTs

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Are you a student looking to work in paediatrics, a graduate just starting in a new paediatric role, or an experienced therapist simply wanting a career change? Occupational Therapy Helping Children is running their New PossibilOTs course for the tenth time online on the 9th and 10th March!

This course will provide you with some clinical competencies and practical strategies that will enable you to feel confident in everyday practice. Gain knowledge in assessing, treating, and empowering children with diverse needs, and strengthen your clinical understanding of Sensory Processing Disorder, Dyspraxia, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, and Emotional Regulation. Learn from other Allied Health professionals about their role and how we all work together to best support our families. Keen to upskill your documentation? Goal setting and report writing is also covered!

  • Expert Guidance: Learn from the best at Occupational Therapy Helping Children, a pioneering private practice founded by Lisa Hughes, who brings over 30 years of extensive local and international experience in paediatric occupational therapy
  • Interactive Learning: Immerse yourself in an interactive, practical course designed to build clinical competencies
  • Flexible Access: Gain exclusive access to all recordings and resources after the event—ensuring you never miss out on this invaluable learning experience
  • Proven Track Record: With nine successful iterations, this course has consistently delivered exceptional learning experiences and transformative outcomes for its participants


Suitable for Occupational Therapists at any career stage as well as OT Students.


Lisa Hughes, Founder and Director of Occupational Therapy Helping Children, brings three decades of expertise and international recognition in pediatric occupational therapy. With extensive post-graduate training, including a mentorship at the STAR Institute for Sensory Processing Disorder in the USA, Lisa is a guiding force in the field.


Saturday 9 March 2024 Online
Sunday 10 March 2024 Online


9.00am – 4.30pm AEDT

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