Occupational Therapy enables people to do the “day-to-day” activities that are important to them, despite impairments, activity limitations or participation restrictions. Occupational Therapists work with clients to restore function lost due to illness or injury. Occupational Therapy services are offered 3-5 times per week. All scheduling is performed through the Physical Therapy Department.Occupational Therapy is directed to those who have or who are at risk for:
- Physical Disabilities
- Cognitive Disabilities
- Psychosocial Dysfunctions
- Mental Illnesses
- Developmental or Learning Disorders
- Other Disorders or Conditions (hand and finger rehabilitation, cognitive testing, and instruction in adaptive equipment due to injury or disability).