What is Occupational Therapy (OT)?

Occupational Therapy is a skilled service which helps people of all ages complete or re-learn daily activities (e.g. bathing, feeding, dressing, personal grooming and hygiene, household tasks) at the highest level of independence possible when an individual is limited by injury, disease, or disability.

OT provides:
• Client/family centered evaluations
• Customized treatment plans tailored to the goals/needs of the client/family
• Re-evaluation to ensure goals are met or to modify treatment plans

OT assists with, but is not limited to:
• Upper Extremity Injuries
• Daily Activity Re-training
• Sensory Integration and Processing
• Adaptive and Assistive Equipment Training
• Fine Motor Skills/Coordination
• Energy Conservation
• Pain Management
• Cognitive Re-training



Our fully equipped kitchen gives our clients the opportunity to participate in a variety of cooking and homemaking activities to promote safety and independence during these tasks.