Creative Therapies cover all sorts of ways people get support from being creative.
In creative therapies a therapist works creatively with people in verbal or non-verbal ways.
Music Therapy offers support through working with music, songs and instruments.
Music Therapy is all about how you feel, your thoughts and being well.
Knowing what a person should eat can help them get the most from their body.
Dietetics helps people know what food they should eat.
Occupational Therapists help you do the everyday things that you want and need to do in your life.
This could be something you have to do for yourself like getting dressed or making something to eat.
Psychology helps us with our mind and behaviour.
Psychologists at Cope Foundation help us to understand our thoughts and behaviours and feelings.
Physiotherapy helps people with mobility and physical function.
Physiotherapists help us to reach our best physical ability.
Speech and Language Therapy helps us with Communication.
It helps us to learn how to communicate with others when we have trouble communicating verbally.
Social Work is the first point of contact between the family of a child an intellectual disability and/or autism and Cope Foundation.
Social workers offer both practical support and emotional support to families.
Services available to children who are aged between 0 and 6 years old.
Services for people looking for a permanent or temporary residence.