Occupational Therapy


Mobile Responsive Web Design

The site itself is mobile responsive for visitors and also on the Parents Portal.

This allows unrestricted access for parents to the treatment programmes which include time sensitive videos at home, on holiday, on a mobile phone, tablet or laptop.

This is a website designed for Hemispheres Movement for Learning, an occupational therapy practice whose head office is in Surrey.

It is in fact a redesign. We designed and developed the first one about 10 years ago.

Mobile friendly but not just for visitors

The new website is mobile responsive to the site visitor and also to the customers logging in to the library.

The administrator of the content management system also enjoys a mobile friendly interface, to make it super easy to add and update content, anytime, anywhere and on any device.

Hemispheres is an occupational therapy practice with 4 clinics in the South of England.

The original hemispheres website was one that we created 10 years ago and has been very successful as a marketing vehicle for the business and a resource for parents.

SEO Friendly

The website provides authoritative original content and this is great for the site visitor, but also great for driving the right traffic.

Google loves original content with some depth to it, so not only does the site rank well, it ranks well for a broad spectrum of relative terms and thus Google's presentation of search results funnels positive traffic.

We wanted to keep the website clean and clear and in the new website design, there is a greater range of information categories.



Not wanting to have a massive array of menu buttons we created a sub-menu relating to the core services, conditions and reflexes which are key reference points for parents.

Online Portal

We created a bespoke portal for both parents and clinicians to log into.

The clinicians update each patients programme of activities following a monthly assessment.

The parents can sign in from home to view the treatment programme consisting of notes and specific activity videos allocated to their child's treatment programme to improve and mature their child's neurological skills and support their physical, sensory and learning development.