The Occupational Therapist is responsible for promoting the highest level of independence and will evaluate and develop a treatment plan to address:
Range of motion
Gross and fine motor coordination of the upper extremities
Deficits in visual perceptual skills
Additionally, the Occupational Therapist may fabricate splints and make recommendations for adaptive equipment. Our therapists are also trained in cranio-sacral, myofascial, and manual therapy.
The therapist will work with the client on becoming more functional in their home and community. Compensatory strategies may be developed to accommodate challenges. The Occupational Therapist may assist with the establishment of interdisciplinary and trans-disciplinary goals.