Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

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Occupational Therapy plays a big part in the rehab process by helping people to return to the activities that they both want and need to do. Occupational Therapists do so by evaluating an individual’s environment, personal skills and desired tasks, in order to implement various interventions or technology that aim to reduce barriers and promote access to meaningful occupations.

Rehab Disciplines

Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Retraining

Showering, toileting, dressing, hygiene & other domestic tasks

Assistive Technology and Home Modifications

Home access improvements, ramps, rails, bathroom modifications and adaptive equipment

Community Transport & Participation

Wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, community safety assessments

Assessment, Reporting & Funding Resourcing

Functional Capacity Assessments, Standardised Assessment, Letter of Support

Social and Emotional Engagement

Re Engagement in leisure, play and connectedness, mental health support, group programming

Education and Training

Help you support your family or your client better
Registered NDIS Provider
Department of Veteran's Affairs
Insurance Commission of WA
Home Care Packages
+ all private health insurance funds