Occupational Therapy

The service aids patients who have physical disabilities to grow to be as independent and secure as possible in their homes. It attains this through allowing them to maximize their individual capability and/or recommending tools as well as adaptations to their home.

Who Can Utilize this Service?

Our occupational therapy service is available to patients of all ages and groups who are permanent residents of and who:

  •        – Experience difficulties with daily activities of day by day functioning in their homes
  •        – Have a substantial and permanent disability
  •       – Meet our eligibility criteria for people who are looking for help from social services

Following an evaluation of your needs by a social worker you might be referred to the occupational therapy service. An expert team of occupational therapist will go to your place and evaluate your capability to do daily tasks.  She or he will then talk about with you how to uphold and amplify your independence and make sure your security at home.

This might take account of:

  •        – The stipulation of equipment or adaptations to your property.
  •        – Recommendation about undertaking activities in a diverse way.
  •        –  A program of rehabilitation.

The occupational therapy worker will provide you with an action summary detailing how these aims can be achieved. If your property is not suitable to meet your long-term needs, advice and guidance can be given to help you move to a more suitable property. The housing occupational therapist will assess why your current property is unsuitable and what property you require to meet your needs.

Our Occupational Therapists are committed to helping you get function and independence back. They will assist you restore your life through getting rid of hindrances to your revival, and improve quality of life through understanding what your personal needs and objectives are.

Grace Rehabilitation Center specializes in a broad diversity of methods including therapy for:

  •       –  Shoulder, Hand and Wrist pain.
  •        – Work-related injuries.
  •        – Orthopedic surgery of the upper extremity.
  •        – Neurological injuries including stroke.
  •       –  Serious pain.
  •      –  Upper body weakness.
  •      –  Developmental delay.

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