Occupational Therapy is a special type of rehabilitation to help inpatients and outpatients of all ages lead independent, productive and satisfying lives. The goal of the program is to teach new skills to overcome physical, developmental, emotional or social challenges enabling patients to regain independence, restore health, confidence and self-sufficiency.
Some types of Occupational Therapy include:
- Daily living activities such as feeding, dressing and grooming
- Adaptive equipment
- Home safety and management
- Upper extremity, fine motor and therapeutic exercise programs
- Hand therapy
Some of the more common problems treated are those associated with stroke, head injury, neurological and related disorders that result in a decline in the ability to carry out self-care activities.
Call 1-877-412-7575 (toll-free) to schedule an appointment or see our Rehabilitation Therapies page.