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Children's Occupational Therapy (NHS)

Update on our services during the COVID-19 Pandemic June 2021

We can confirm that we are still operating and delivering therapy support wherever possible, provided it is safe and appropriate to do so.

We offer assessments and reviews face2face or via audio visual platforms with parents and SENCO’s, which ever is more clinically appropriate for the child.

We will continue to deliver all statutory services as normal, but there may be some changes in the method of delivery as explained below.

For children with EHCPs or applying for an EHCPs:

  • If your child has an EHCP your therapist will be contacting the school’s SENCO in order to set up a review.  If your child is attending school this will be offered as a school visit.   If your child is not attending school and has an agreed leave of absence from the school, we can offer you a remote review or a review in clinic.  
  • If you are in the process of applying for an EHCP you will be contacted by our department in order to arrange an assessment.
  • If you would like to have a telephone of audio visual contact from a therapist, please send a request to your therapist and or to the generic inbox mentioned below. 

 For children without EHCPs:

  • There may be a delay in initial appointments due to staff redeployment earlier in the year. 
  • Your child’s therapy may be delayed.
  • If your child’s care is deemed urgent, your therapist will be in touch to discuss the best way forward in assessing your child.


 We recognise that families need help and advice during this difficult time and while we endeavour to answer individual queries during this time, we request that families contact the inbox which is being monitored by a member of the team. Non-urgent queries will be recorded but may not receive an immediate response.


Contact details:

Our administrator can be phoned on the following number:
Tel: 020 8725 5748
Our operating hours are 9am-5pm Monday – Friday (year round)
We are closed on Bank Holidays

Government guidance around social distancing and self-isolation can be a very isolating time for families, especially for those who have children with additional needs. Our top priority is the health, safety and wellbeing of the children and families with whom we work. 


Below are a few helpful tips from your Children’s Occupational Therapy team:

  • NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde -
    • Contains downloadable resources for child development and life skills
    • Motor skills and activities
    • Postural Program and Self-Regulation Strategies


  • The Child Mind Institute has a wealth of information and resources to help parents support their children during this very difficult time including:
    • Coping with the coronavirus
    • Autism and the Coronavirus
    • Managing Anxiety
    • Discipline and Behaviour
    • Dealing with Loss


Key staff

Head of Children’s Therapies – Sophie Scott
Clinical Team Lead for Children’s Occupational Therapy – Elgonia Dreyer
Administrator for Children’s Occupational Therapy – Caitlin Greenaway



  • Please refer to the referral criteria attached.
  • Using our referral form (word) or via EHITS (Wandsworth Education Professionals must use EHITS)  –  The referrals can be sent via email: or via post: Children’s Occupational Therapy, Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton Lane, Roehampton, SW15 5PN.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Caitlin Greenaway
Contact Position
Parent Organisation
Children's Specialist Therapies - Coronavirus

Where to go

Children's Therapies, Ground Floor
Queen Mary's Hospital
Roehampton Lane
SW15 5PN
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Please be aware that parking is restricted due to Vaccination centre being operated from the parking lot.   Local roads around the hospital may provide free parking.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm


Referral required
Referral Details

Professionals working with families in Wandsworth can make a referral using an Early Help Assessment via EHITS.

Local Offer


What is Wandsworth’s Local Offer ?

To access these services you need to be:

  • Referred by your doctor/consultant or other health practitioner,
  • Referred by a professional using the Early Help Assessment

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Last updated: 21 Dec 2021

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