What we do


Early Intervention (0-6 years)

                   
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Early Intervention 
will help your child reach their full potential. Typically, this supports children aged 0-6 years and their families who have complex developmental needs. Clinical Services Cork offer training and development of basic life skills such as:
  • Dressing   
  • Self-care
  • Feeding
  • Sleeping
  • Play

                                                                       

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School age intervention will assist your child who is attending primary or secondary education develop and improve key life skills.

Clinical Services Cork provides training in the following key areas of basic life skills:
  • Attention & concentration
  • Use of classroom materials
  • Handwritten work
  • Clothing and toilet management
  • Play and making friends
  • Eating habits



                                                
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Early adult intervention supports young adults in third-level education as well as those who have left school.

Cork Clinical Services Cork provide a range of appropriate training that assist and improve advanced life and self sufficiency skills:
  • Food & drink preparation
  • Laundry
  • Household cleaning & maintenance
  • Understanding of money, shopping, budgeting, & savings
  • Use of public transport & understanding road safety
  • Computer & equipment use


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Clinical Services Cork provide a unique and customised programme that caters to the specific needs of your child, most notably in the following areas:
  • Feeding
  • Seating & positioning (MAG)
  • DIR (Developmental, Individual-differences, & Relationship-based model) & the DIRFloortime Approach  
  • Housing Adaptation (HAG)