on a website for Paediatric Therapy an item related to adults... What's the story?
I don't see adults in a pure Occupational Therapy setting. For those interventions I refer on the other collegeaus. I do get approached often by adults with queries around sensory processing that is impacting on their day to day life or occuaptions.
People with aquired brain injury (ABI including the mild concusions!), Autisme or ADHD often have difficulties processing sensory input like sounds or lights. Movements like bending forward, cycling or driving a car can give strong reactions like nausea, swetting or feeling dizzy. Fatigue is also a often reported complaint.
With these type of difficulties adults can also contact me for intervention. Are you not sure if this is applicable for you? Feel free to contact me to discuss your situation and see if I can be of any help.