Occupational Therapists work with individuals who have physical, developmental, emotional, or social deficits that affect their ability to participate in daily activities.
The therapist helps the patient "relearn" daily living skills such as the ability to get dressed, walk, or perform routine functions.
Our occupational therapy program maximizes the patient's ability to participate in the self-care, work related, leisure, and social activities of daily living.
Patients who have difficulty dressing, bathing, and feeding themselves, have limitations in mobility, or who experience memory, attention, or problem-solving deficits that restrict independence and impair safety, will benefit from occupational therapy.
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