Occupational Therapy

 

The occupational therapist helps each patient reach maximum independence in activities of daily living, such as feeding, dressing, grooming, bathing, toileting, kitchen tasks, home living skills, and driving.

 

OTs also work on motor coordination and strengthening, and may assist with cognitive / perceptual retraining, including attention, memory, problem solving, organization and visual perception activities. The occupational therapist also advises on adaptive equipment and devices needed in reaching rehabilitation goals.