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'Becoming what we have the potential to become'
(Ann Allart Wilcock, 1998)

Ageeth, Senior Occupational Therapist (OT), helps children and adults in achieving their potential and living life to the full. 
Her goal is to enable people in areas of ‘occupation’: everyday activities through which people learn, work and play.

Challenging areas may include handwriting, planning and coordinating movement such as cutting with scissors or cutlery, planning college work, social skills, keeping focused, organisational skills, independent learning, etc.

If children, teens or adults struggle in everyday activities at home, at work, at school or in the community, CAN-DO OT can help to:

* understand the underlying reasons for these challenges
* explore effective ways to deal with these challenges
* strengthen capabilities and talents

Ageeth believes that health and wellbeing is created by becoming what people are best fitted to become.

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