Occupational Therapy - Lee Mill

The Occupational Therapy team consists of two Occupational Therapists (OT's) and two Technical Instructors, who use a wide range of skills to provide comprehensive assessments and treatment interventions.

OT's use a range of Model of Human Occupation (MOHO) assessments to assess an individual's functioning.

OT's provide individual and group interventions to assess service users' mental and physical health and to aid functional and social recovery. Interventions take place on the unit and in the community - community resources are used where possible.

OT's also work collaboratively with the unit Psychologist and other team members.

All service users have access to Occupational Therapy during their inpatient stay at Lee Mill.


Service lead: Sarah Curtis

Tel: 01752 314801

7 days a week, 9am - 5pm.

Condition Information Links

Low-secure mental health and learning difficulty unit, therefore a wide range of conditions including:

Alcohol or drug addiction (secondary diagnosis)

Bipolar disorder

Learning difficulties

Personality disorder