Occupational Therapy

Tackle new work tasks and new living conditions with confidence. Your disability or injury may slow you down but it shouldn't limit you from effectively managing your life and health at home.

You can receive treatment from an Occupational Therapist in your own home with therapy that includes:

  • Education in the use of mobility enhancing equipment (crutches, wheelchair, prosthetics, scooters, etc.)
  • Self-care Skills Training and Relearning activities of daily living
  • Fall Prevention and Education on safety awareness
  • Energy conservation and management
  • Exercise programs
  • Body Mechanics