Professional Occupational Therapy support for children, mothers and families in Adelaide’s western suburbs.

Connected families

Families are all about connection, but sometimes connection doesn’t come easily due to a number of factors. Occupational Therapy can support parents to better understand their child’s development needs in order to create lasting, quality connections to support their family into the future.

Thriving Children

Bloom Wellbeing provides paediatric Occupational Therapy services that are child focused in a collaborative manner with parents and carers. We have a special interest in working with girls with anxiety and autism. We also host our pre-puberty education program Well Girls, four times per year.

Meaningful Motherhood

Becoming a mother is a big life change. This role brings with it significant emotional adjustments which can cause women to feel overwhelmed, stressed, anxious and sometimes even depressed. Occupational Therapy can be of great benefit to any mother experiencing emotional difficulties during her motherhood journey.

What’s new on the Bloom blog…

Anyone for incontinence cake?

Anyone for incontinence cake?

It’s not often a birthday cake disappoints me. After all, who doesn’t love birthday cake? But this one did. I know, I know, it’s supposed to be funny – and I admit, it’s an excellent cake in terms of technique – it looks so...
The truth about “educational” toys.

The truth about “educational” toys.

As an OT I’m often asked about what the best “educational” toys are for kids. My answer might surprise you. Check out my latest blog post over on Mum Central here. But before you do. Check out this 100pc AMAZING dolls house I saw at David Jones...
19 thoughts I had on my morning meditation

19 thoughts I had on my morning meditation

Isn’t it always the way that when life gets hectic or stressful, the first things we let go in our tight schedule are generally those things we most need? When my life cranked up last year the first thing I let go was my meditation practice. At the start of the...