What We Do...Occupational Therapy
Some patients require Occupational Therapy to improve their function of tasks. Occupational Therapists work with upper extremity injuries to maximize independence. Our Occupational Therapists will help their patients recover and improve the skills needed for activities of daily living. Activities of daily living can include: bathing, dressing, hygiene, upper extremity function, meal preparation, cognitive training, and household tasks.
Our Occupational Therapists will…
- Assess your home for safety such as poor lighting, tripping hazards, clutter, handrails, electrical cords, furniture, etc.
- Help to set up your kitchen with attention to storage and accessibility
- Access bathroom needs with regard to grab bars, shower seat, etc.
Maximize your independence and key into fall prevention
Please call 508-366-1766 for more information or additional assistance.