Our occupational therapists work to help individuals improve their independence in a work or home environment. Those with work related injuries such as low back problems or repetitive stress injuries would benefit from our occupational therapy assessment, evaluation, and treatment for adaptive equipment or modified work/home environments.
Neuro Sensory Integration
People with visual or cognitive conditions such as those who have had a stroke are often referred to occupational therapy for evaluation and rehabilitation. Occupational therapists will recommend modifications required to help improve optimal functioning.
Home living skills such as cooking, cleaning, bathing, dressing and personal grooming are practiced and taught to help people return to independent living environments. Special home adaptive needs are assessed and special equipment such as reachers, tubseats, grab bars, sock and shoe aids may be used during a course of occupational therapy and rehabilitation.