Occupational Therapy:  The occupational Therapist uses task-directed activites to treat people whose abilities are impaired by illness, injury, or normal aging.  Occupational Therapy goals include functional independence, wellness maintenance, increasing saftey awareness, and developing energy conservation techniques.

Conditions Treated by Occupational Therapy

  • Limitations following stroke
  • Limitations following Heart Attack
  • Arthritis Progressive Neurological Diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis
  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Burns
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Fractures
  • Vision Problems
  • Cognitive Problems

Occupational Therapy Program and Services

  • Teaching new ways to manage daily tasks such as eating, dressing and bathing.
  • Comprehensive Home Evaluations
  • Teaching compensatory techniques for losses of strength, cognition, endurance, vision, sensation, coordination and balance.
  • Recommendations and training in use of adaptive equipment.
  • Fabricate or issue splints to prevent deformity, improve function, relieve pain, strengthen weakened muscles or substitute for paralyzed muscles.
  • Training family members and caregivers in safe and effective methods of caring for individuals.
Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Speech-Language Pathology