Regain Function, Reclaim Independence
Occupational therapy helps individuals regain or improve their ability to perform daily activities after an illness, injury, or disability. This might involve assisting people in learning how to use adaptive equipment, like a cane or a walker, developing strategies for memory improvement, or retraining on how to perform daily activities that require fine motor skills.
By focusing on improving life skills, occupational therapy can significantly enhance a person’s quality of life, fostering independence and self-confidence.
What can occupational therapy help with?
Conditions we assist with include: