Welcome to Debbie Mobbs - Occupational Therapist in Rondebosch, Cape Town | Debbie Mobbs

Is your child in need of a Paediatric Occupational Therapist? You've come to the right place.

Debbie Mobbs is an experienced Occupational Therapist whose focus for the past 15 years has been helping young children overcome or cope with their difficulties. She is highly trained and skilled in Neurodevelopmental and Sensory Integration approaches to treatment and has a particular focus on early intervention for children from birth to 5 years old.

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About Debbie Mobbs

B.Sc. (OT) Hons (UCT), HPCSA #OT0057215
Practice Number: 066 000 0543322

Debbie Mobbs

Debbie Mobbs

Occupational Therapist

Debbie trained at the University of Cape Town and has been a qualified Occupational Therapist for over 15 years, with a special interest in paediatrics. During this time, she has lived and worked in South Africa as well as the United Kingdom. She has special interests in the Neurodevelopmental (Bobath) and Sensory Integration approaches to intervention, and has completed a number of courses to further specialise in these areas.

Debbie has experience working with a wide variety of conditions and difficulties, including

  • developmental delay,
  • school readiness,
  • handwriting,
  • visual perception,
  • motor co-ordination (gross and fine),
  • sensory, and
  • neurological conditions (such as cerebral palsy).

Her intervention includes working with children from their early years through to young adults, within educational and community settings such as mainstream and special schools, homes, play groups and therapy centres.

Debbie is an energetic mother of two young boys and a girl, who wanted to combine her love for being a mom with her career passion of being a paediatric Occupational Therapist - a dream which was realised with the launch of this private practice.

What OT Services does Debbie offer?

As an experienced Occupational Therapist, Debbie helps children with a wide range of difficulties across seven key developmental areas. These include Sensory, Fine Motor, Gross Motor, Perceptual, Cognitive, Self-Care and Social & Emotional.

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The Practice

Occupational Therapist in Southern Suburbs, Cape Town
1 Groeneveld Road
Cape Town, 7700
Email: debbie@debbiemobbs.com
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