Sheridan Wicks is the principal service provider at ‘Jigsaw’ Occupational Therapy for Children. Sheridan established ‘Jigsaw’ Occupational Therapy for Children in 2012 following living and working in Sydney for 2 years and knowing the need for early intervention services in the Shoalhaven, an area she grew up and studied in.
Sheridan has experience in aged care/rehabilitation where she gained invaluable skills working with families and collaborating with multidisciplinary teams. Prior to establishing this practice she was employed in a Sydney based private paediatric occupational therapy practice.
Sheridan is motivated and passionate to help children, their parents/caregivers and teachers.
Sheridan keeps up to date with regular professional development opportunities, and the latest evidence based treatment therapies and options.
For more information on Sheridan’s background please see her CV here.
How does occupational therapy help my child?
When working with children, occupational therapists enable them to gain the functional skills they need for independence in play, motor development, self care, learning, sensory development and socialisation in their home, school and community environments.
- Preschool/School teachers
- School counselor and educator support teachers
- General Practitioners
- Speech Pathologists