Occupational therapy works towards getting patients to accomplish activities of daily living.
These activities include:
More often than not, this deals with cognitive work and motor control skills that can be lost due to a neurological issue or a rehabilitation or hospital stay. In the occupational therapy sessions, specialists also educate patients on energy conservation, which will help people know when to take breaks and when not to, and how to breathe when completing tasks. In the case the problem is work related, possibly workers compensation, the goal is to get our patients back to a point where they can replicate the functions needed to perform their daily tasks on the job.
The goal of an occupational therapists treatment is to get patients to point where they gain their independence back to where they do not have to rely on someone to help them with bathing, dressing, preparing meals, driving, laundry, and medication management. In-home occupational therapy will provide the following benefits:
Accidents, injuries, diseases and certain conditions can require occupational therapy to help treat the problem. In the case of an accident or injury, daily tasks such as dressing oneself can be difficult or impossible. Additionally, a neurological disease or disorder, such as arthritis or Autism, can make something as simple as driving or interacting with others a challenge. Typically those who have had rehab or hospital stays where patients have lost coordination and fine motor control movements due to Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Stroke, Parkinson’s, and various other conditions.
We make it our goal to tailor your occupational therapy and rehabilitation services to your situation. Each patient’s needs and goals are different depending on countless variables. We expect only the best treatment from our highly qualified and caring occupational therapists whose sole purpose is to improve your life to perform daily activities on your own.
The number one goal we have for you is to attain your highest level of functionality and mobility through a personal occupational therapy plan that incorporates various treatments and rehabilitation services.