Our Occupational Therapy Plan Includes:
- An Individual Evaluation to Determine Patient Goals
- Customized Intervention Activities to Improve Daily Tasks & Activities for the Patient
- An Outcomes Evaluation to Determine If Goals Were Met & Whether to Make Changes to the Plan
The Difference Between Physical & Occupational Therapy
A person might begin working with a physical therapist before moving on to an occupational therapist. These treatments overlap and work best together.
Making cupcakes at home with a particular tool, for instance, could be part of an occupational therapy program for a young kid. An occupational therapist will make the necessary modifications to a device if necessary. Because of this distinctive approach, occupational therapy is a crucial component of patients’ health care. People feel better emotionally when they partake in everyday activities and hobbies.
Our certified, compassionate therapists will help you begin the process of healing. After physical and occupational therapy, you can feel better and resume your daily activities. Contact us today for more information about our services.