How much does an EJB Therapy assessment cost ?
No-one likes a nasty surprise so the initial assessment and summary report cost is agreed in a contract before any work starts. The cost of ongoing intervention can vary depending on how much input you need and how long I am working with you, but this is monitored closely to ensure it stays within your budget.
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As part of my OT Ambassador role Kirton have a new development on their website……Ask Ellie! Its an opportunity for clients and clinicians to ask questions regarding products, details, advice or support in relation to seating. Have you got a … Continue reading
So its finally here! 7 years in the planning and the Olympics has started…what a spectacle London and the whole of the UK can show to the rest of the world. Also the Paralympics starts soon – a great chance … Continue reading
Well we certainly can put on a show!!! Youve got to love the truly British spirit of celebrating in the rain!! Nothing can dampen our fantastic ways of coming together for a great spectacle. The jubilee is such a fantastic celebration that … Continue reading
Today I am being a Mummy OT …… It’s my day at home but I am putting my OT skills to good use! My son has outgrown his bed and his new mid-sleeper bed is being delivered today. However I … Continue reading
Its that time of year again when we are ore-occupied with festive preparation. Cards, decorations, presents…….it’s just one long ‘to do’ list! But let’s not forget that some people are so restricted by their environment that they can’t pop into … Continue reading
Well this week has been a very exciting one for EJB Therapy! I have been asked by Viv & Trisha at Therapy Learning to present a workshop at Talkshop 2011!! A huge and ever so slightly daunting opportunity and one … Continue reading
No you’re right – not the most exciting title….but read on as i look at the importance of seating and posture. How we sit is so important to how we manage so many tasks and i think we take for … Continue reading