Occupational therapists assist patients in coping and/or recovering from their injuries. The therapy’s most main focus is to facilitate treatment that will enable the client to get back to their ‘occupation’; this does not only mean their actual salary jobs, occupation could also pertain their day to day activities such as household chores and hobbies.
Some of the Occupational Therapy components are:
- Mobility Treatment
- Coordinating Activities to Promote Independence
- Chronic Pain Treatment
- Coping Strategies for Client’s Disability
- Enhancing the Client’s Coordination
- Home Safety Training
- Education in the Use of Mobility Adaptive Equipment
- Work Simplification
- Upper Extremity Strength Restoration
- Prosthetic Devices Fitting for Amputees
- Minimizing Fatigue by Work Simplification
- Improving Range of Motion
- Skills Restoration Exercises
Please call 781-805-8106 for home health care inquiries.