What
  • Arts & Creative
  • Cafés, Food & Catering
  • Care and Support Services
  • Gifts
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Housing Associations
  • Older People
  • Other
  • Pre-Loved & Sustainable
  • Professional Services
  • Recycling & Re-use
  • Space Hire
Where

bOunceT is a multi-award winning social enterprise improving the quality of life and participation in occupations (meaningful activities!) for children and adults with a range of physical and cognitive disabilities. bOunceT was founded as a Community Interest Company in April 2017 by Callum MacKinnon (Occupational Therapist). The company was originally branded as ‘Forth Valley Rebound Therapy Service CIC’ before changing to bOunceT Innovative Occupational Therapy CIC in 2018.

Our vision is for all individuals to be happy, healthy, and able to do the things they want, need, or have to do! Our mission is to improve the quality of life and participation in meaningful activities for children and adults with disabilities, and their families. As bOunceT has developed over the years, and more recently in response to COVID-19, we now offer various products and services which are available online and to families all across the UK. These include…

Services: Online Therapeutic Assessments & Interventions, OT On Call, Inclusive Specialist Play, 1:1 and Group Rebound Therapy, Coaching for Parents & Carers.

Products: Meaningful Training: Certified CPD training and online learning experiences & workshops, Meaningful Mail: monthly newsletter, Meaningful Moments: inclusive therapeutic play cards created by specialist OT’s. When you buy a pack, we donate a pack to a family or service in need!

Occupational therapy provides practical support to empower people and overcome barriers preventing them from doing the activities (or occupations) that matter to them. An occupational therapist will consider all the person’s needs – physical, psychological, social, and environmental.

Our Values: play as a means to achieving other developmental goals… …play as an occupation: play as an aim, play as a right, and play for participation