Girl in a jacket

Everyday OT and its services are run by Kevin Prior, a highly trained Senior Paediatric Occupational Therapist and Áine Curtin, a Paediatric Occupational Therapy Assistant. Kevin's passion for OT stems from the OT support he received as a child with a physical disability and as a neurodivergent teen with a diagnosis of dyslexia. Áine's passion for OT comes from her want to understand and support her daughter who is Autistic.

​Everyday OT has provided services and support nationally to hundreds of families, Autism Support Networks, Autism Charities, Community Based Family Support Organisations, TUSLA, Colleges as well as to numerous primary and secondary schools. Everyday OT also support current Occupational Therapy undergraduates from Trinity College Dublin gain experiences of the importance of play within childhood development. Everyday OT are fully qualified members of the Association of Occupational Therapists of Ireland (AOTI), The Paediatric Occupational Therapy Advisory Group as well as Kevin being registered with the professional governing body CORU. Everyday OT are fully insured and indemnified for all our own and subcontracted work.


Girl in a jacket

We have a passion for play and a child centred neuroaffirmative focus

Play is at the centre of all we do as it is the root for child development.  We work with the specific focus and understanding that all children have unique abilities and by using these through play, together we can reach a child’s true potential to succeed and have functional independence. 

We promise to support,empower and encourage you

We will empower you by giving you the education and tools you need to support your child. We offer many after care supports where we show you tips, strategies and ideas you can carry on and implement in your everyday life.

child pulling kevin everyday ot on scooter board

We are registered,qualified and experienced

Combined we have over 20 years experience working with children. With Kevin being both a parent and Neurodivergent himself and Áine a parent to a Neurodivergent child this adds a deeper level of understanding to our work as well as compassion for the complexities of modern family life.


Senior Paediatric Occupational Therapist and Everyday OT Founder


Kevin is a Senior Paediatric Occupational Therapist with over 15 years experience. In 2007 while studying Occupational Therapy at Trinity College Dublin, Kevin took a break from his studies when he was offered a role as an Occupational Therapy Assistant for the HSE working in Forensic Mental Health. Three years later he returned to complete his degree and he graduated in 2012 with an honours degree in Occupational Therapy. Since then he has worked for the Health Service Executive in various Paediatric settings, including The Early Intervention Team, Primary Care and Specialised Autism assessment services.

​Kevin is a member of the Association of Occupational Therapists in Ireland, including the subgroup Paediatric Advisory Group and is registered with the professional governing body CORU. His professional interests include play, play theory and sensory integration.

Kevin is from Dublin and is married to Sinéad, Everyday OT’s manager, with whom they share four amazing children. His choice of career stemmed from his experiences as a child and teenager with a physical disability and dyslexia and the resulting aspiration to bring about inclusive change. Kevin works full time for the HSE but his desire to be able to help more families and educators by empowering them with the tools and strategies to support their own children led him to create Everyday OT.

Kevin also co-manages all of our Social Media and Content Creation. His wealth of experience and advice underpins all of our posts, tips and strategies.

When Kevin isn’t in work you’ll find him open sea swimming, completing charity cycles and triathlons and creating amazing meals for his family and friends. 

Occupational Therapy Assistant & CO-FOUNDER


Áine is a fully qualified Occupational Therapy Assistant. She has over 10 years experience working with young children.  As an Occupational Therapy Assistant she works alongside Kevin, our Senior Occupational Therapist in developing and providing holistic, family-centred support to the children we work with and their families. 

Áine is from Dublin and is a mother to one little girl, who is Autistic. Áine’s career choice as an Occupational Therapy Assistant is driven by her passion to understand and meet the needs of her own daughter. She strongly believes that being the parent of a Neurodivergent child gives her the unique ability to empathise and support children and their families on a much deeper level. Her professional interests include Autism and Co-existing diagnoses, Co-Regulation, Neurodiversity Advocacy and striving to help other families through their journey after diagnosis.  

​Áine also manages all of our Social Media and content creation. @everyday_ot_ireland is where you will find her giving daily insights into her life as a parent to an Autistic child as well as informative OT related posts, everyday tips and strategies.

​When Áine is not in work, you will find her watching Marvel movies on repeat with her little girl or socialising with friends and family.



Sinéad is your first contact for all queries and bookings. Sinéad contributes to the overall smooth running of Everyday OT and she is very committed to supporting both children and parents from their first contact with our service. 

​Sinéad has a B.A (Hons) in Mathematics, Post Graduate Diploma in Primary School teaching and a Post Graduate Certificate in Autism Studies. She is Kevin's wife, mother to four children and has over 12 years experience as a primary school teacher and Autism class teacher. She has a passion for supporting children with their emotional regulation.

​Sinéad also co-manages our Social Media and Content Creation. She is behind the scenes assisting Áine in creating content. While you won't see her face, her perspective as both a parent and primary school teacher is reflected in our posts.

 When Sinéad isn't in work you'll find her reading parenting books, baking the world's best brownies or spending time with her family and friends.  


Girl in a jacket