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Is your child struggling in any aspect of their life?

Is your child falling behind in school or having difficulty with day-to-day tasks at home?

We specialise in children’s development. We are concerned with developing the underlying skills and abilities which children need to perform their everyday occupations at home and at school. We specialise in improving children’s sensory processing skills physical developmentsocial emotional development and cognitive skills which may be hindering learning and development.


Thrive OT is an independent Occupational Therapy service in Co. Monaghan which provides specialist therapy services to children and young people with additional needs and their families. We have children travelling from all around Ireland to receive our therapy services and we pride ourselves on providing an exceptional standard of service by exceptional therapists.

Thrive OT was established by Occupational Therapist Eavan Rooney who is committed to delivering an affordable service of the highest possible standard. Our clinical team is made up of highly passionate and skilled Occupational Therapists. We pride ourselves on the strong therapeutic partnerships we form with the families and children we work with.  We fully dedicate ourselves to each child; with the strong ability to recognise their uniqueness and individuality, we  use our specialist training, knowledge and skills to contribute to their learning, growth and development; to help them achieve and fulfill their potential and to make a difference to their lives. To find out more about our team, please click here.

Sensory Integration Therapy with Eavan changed our lives. Within a few weeks of meeting Eavan she had assessed our son Jamie and put in place a sensory diet at home and school especially designed to meet Jamie’s needs. The activities were centred around play so it was easy to put them in place at home. Eavan educated us as parents how to deal with Jamie becoming over stimulated, how to take control and use our parenting skills. The results were amazing. Sensory Integration Therapy helped Jamie to concentrate better at school and his behaviour became more manageable at home. In Jamie’s words “I loved going to see Eavan, the playing was fun”.

Julie Hood

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