Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy is a holistic profession that helps people with varying degrees of disability (acquired at birth or through life) across the lifespan participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities.

Our Occupational Therapy department uses a variety of proven interventions to help our clients achieve optimal outcomes by modifying the environment and enhancing their individual skills in order to effectively enable themselves in both residential and community settings.

During both individual and group sessions, our Occupational Therapists help our clients work on needed skills including visual motor, visual scanning,visual perception, task completion, attentiveness, memory, socialization, processing speed, gross/fine motor skills, and problem solving strategies. This picture shows a culmination of all the aforementioned skills as a client completes a Black History Month themed “Family Feud fast money board”. The client is using fine motor skills to place answers on the board, visual scanning and visual memory to place items in the proper place and finally, attention and focus on task completion.

Specializing in auto accident rehabilitation. Serving people with brain and spinal cord injuries.