Occupational Therapy

Registered occupational therapists will work with patients on increasing or regaining the functionality of their arms and legs, thereby increasing their safety and independence at home through improved performance of daily activities.

Service and treatment options include the following:

  • Evaluation of and fitting for adaptive equipment
  • Teaching the use of rehabilitation equipment
  • Rehabilitation exercises
  • Recommending safety measures
  • Instruction in energy conservation, work simplification and joint protection
  • Perceptual motor training
  • Re-learning or training with self-care skills
  • Intervention for psychiatric disorders
  • Adaptive training for successful completion of daily living activities
  • Documenting progress of therapy