Occupational Therapists guide patients in the use of therapeutic, creative, and self-care activities in improving their independence in activities of daily living. Occupational Therapists also provide education and guidance to the patient’s caregivers and other team members.
Occupational Therapists provide services, training, and therapy in the following areas:
- Home Safety
- Assistance with Daily Living Activities
- Upper Extremity Home Exercise Program
- Activity Analysis
- Dementia Program
- Cognitive Training
- Lymphedema Therapy
An Occupational Therapist could help you get back on track.
Call us at 407-286-3460 to request for an assessment.