What is Occupational Therapy (OT)?
Occupational Therapy is a skilled service which helps people of all ages complete or re-learn daily activities (e.g. bathing, feeding, dressing, personal grooming and hygiene, household tasks) at the highest level of independence possible when an individual is limited by injury, disease, or disability.
• Client/family centered evaluations
• Customized treatment plans tailored to the goals/needs of the client/family
• Re-evaluation to ensure goals are met or to modify treatment plans
OT assists with, but is not limited to:
• Upper Extremity Injuries
• Daily Activity Re-training
• Sensory Integration and Processing
• Adaptive and Assistive Equipment Training
• Fine Motor Skills/Coordination
• Energy Conservation
• Pain Management
• Cognitive Re-training