Goal oriented, aiming to help individuals adapt and reach their maximum level of independence.
As part of our complete rehabilitation effort, we provide Occupational Therapy to many of our residents.
Some people who benefit from Occupational Therapy include those who:
- Are recovering from stroke or other neurologically based dysfunctions
- Have orthopedic conditions, including arthritis and hip fracture
- Have symptoms of multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s Disease
- Have limitations in their ability to carry out self-care activities
- Have strength or endurance risks
- Will benefit from special adaptive equipment to aid in reaching a maximum level of independence
Our Occupational Therapy program is goal-oriented, and aims to help individuals adapt and reach their maximum level of independence.
Examples of Occupational Therapy services include:
- Education and training in daily living skills such as dressing, bathing, eating, and grooming
- Sensorimotor treatments for strengthening, endurance, range of motion, coordination, and balance
- Therapeutic activities for memory, orientation, cognitive integration, and other daily life skills
- Perceptual testing and training to maximize functional abilities
- Fabrication of splints to provide proper positioning, control spasticity, and reduce edema or pain
- Recommendations for adaptive equipment to increase functional abilities during activities of daily living