You may have challenges due to a stroke, a job-related injury or an age-related disorder. Or perhaps you have an arm or hand injury such as a fracture or tendon repair. Occupational therapy can help you maximize your recovery, make adaptations to your work area to relieve physical discomfort or teach you to feed and dress yourself again.
Who may benefit from Occupational Therapy?
Children and adults who need:
- Adaptations and compensatory training for daily tasks
- Arthritis management
- Energy conservation/joint protection training
- Functional cognitive retraining
- Hand and upper extremity rehabilitation and splinting
- Handwriting and fine motor skills retraining
- Pediatric developmental therapy
- Psychosocial and life skills retraining
- Self-care and daily activity retraining
- Sensory integration
- Stroke, brain injury and neurological rehabilitation
- Wheelchair and seating recommendations