Equipment and Therapy Resources

We coordinate and consult on a wide variety of specialised equipment including;

Handwriting & Fine Motor Resources

  • Pencils, pencil grips and adaptive handwriting tools
  • Weighted products
  • Scissors
  • Games
  • Letter templates
  • Sensory/tactile products
  • Seating & Positioning products – for improved posture

Personal Care Equipment:

  • Wheelchairs (manual or powered)
  • Hoist and slings
  • Bedding
  • Toilet Aids
  • Change tables
  • Night time positioning products
  • Seating & positioning, supports

Play Equipment:

  • Outdoor play equipment
  • Indoor therapy equipment
  • Weight therapy products (weighted vests, blankets and toys)
  • Switch activated toys
  • Environmental control units
  • Adaptive switches


  • Computer access switches and environmental adaptions
  • Monitors and alarms
  • Telephones
  • IPAD’s
  • IPOD Touch
  • Useful downloads specific to your childs needs and therapy goals.

Wheelchair precriptions will require a mat evaluation and assessment of appropriate equipment to trial before recommendations are finalised.

There may be funding available for equipment however this is subject to eligible and approval for equipment funding is not guaranteed.

Grace Occupational Therapy can also provide your child with powered wheelchair training to help teach navigation skills and operating the interface.

Recommended Books:

  • The Out-of-Sync Child, by Carol Stock-Kranowitz (2005)
  • Building Bridges Through Sensory Integration by Ellen Yack, Paula Aquilla and Shirley Sutton (2002)
  • 101 Activities for Kids in Tight Spaces by Carol Stock-Kranowitz (1995)
  • 101 Games and Activiities for Children with Autism, Asperger’s and Sensory Processing Disorder by Tara Delaney (2009)
  • The Goodenoughs Get in Sync – 5 family members overcome their special sensory issues, by Carol Kranowitz (Revised 2010)
  • Understanding Motor Skills in Children with Dyspraxia, ADHD, Autism and Other Learning Disabilities, by Lisa A Kurtz (2008)
  • Making it Easy: Sensorimotor Activities at Home and School by Mary Haldy and Laurel Haack (2002)