Occupational Therapists work to maximize the patient's ability to conduct daily activities. Whether challenges are due to a stroke, a job–related injury, hand surgery, age–related disorder, or developmental delays, an Occupational Therapist can evaluate and develop a treatment plan to meet each individual's needs.
Who may benefit from Occupational Therapy?
Adults and children who need:
- adaptations and compensatory training for daily tasks
- sensory integration
- pediatric developmental training
- arthritis management
- hand and upper extremity rehabilitation and splinting
- stroke, brain injury, neurological rehabilitation
- psychosocial and life skills retraining
- handwriting and fine motor skills retraining
- functional cognitive retraining
- self–care retraining
- work site evaluations
- wheelchair fitting
- driving evaluations