How We Can Help

CTT provides services for both Children and Professionals that are tailored to the situation. The following information will show you how CTT could help.

At School

In the Home

Your child might find handwriting difficult (too slow, unreadable, not on lines) and he may be asked to stay in at break time to repeat or complete work.

He may be reluctant to join in PE, dislike outdoor games, or appear more awkward than his classmates.

Your child may be disorganised, forgetful and frequently loose things.

The teacher may report your child as disruptive, attention seeking, lazy, struggling to make friends and not doing his best. Conversely, he might be described as having low self esteem, lacking in initiative and not contributing enough in class.

At Home

In the Home

Your child may struggle with dressing himself (slow, organising clothing, difficulty with buttons, zips and shoe laces), using cutlery and cleaning his teeth.

He may appear more awkward than his friends, taking longer to ride a bike or swim. You might spend a lot of time organising your child, such as homework and preparing his school bag for the next day.

You might have a concern that something is wrong, but can’t put your finger on it, having worries about your child succeeding in the years ahead.

  • Ages 0-16 (up to 18 in special circumstances)
  • Initial Interview
    • This will help you decide if CTT is the right service for your child and for the therapist to decide if she can help.
  • Assessment
    • Listening to you and your child
    • Standardised assessment
    • Clinical observations
    • Liaison and discussion with other relevant professionals (eg Teachers, Educational Psychologists, SALT)
  • Reports For
    • Full Assessment
    • School Transition
    • Statements of Special Educational Need
    • Individual Pupil Funding
    • Contributing to the diagnostic process (eg CAMHS)
  • Recommendation
    • for parents, schools or other professionals
    • Treatment may be offered
    • School/Home based programs