Occupational Therapy

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Occupational Therapy

An Occupational Therapist develops programs which enable individuals to regain their "meaningful occupation". Occupation refers to the activities that occupy one's day: work, self-care, and leisure/play.


Occupational Therapy



  • Difficulties in any of the above occupations can lead to challenges in activities of daily living which include:
    • Eating
    • Dressing
    • Transfers
    • Safety
    • Cleaning
    • Bathing
    • Mobility
    • Grooming
    • Shopping
Occupational Therapy Problem Solving
  • Occupational Therapists evaluate and treat:
    • Upper Extremity Range of Motion
    • Muscle Strength and Endurance
    • Fine Motor Coordination
    • Concentration and Attention Span
    • Problem Solving and Thought Organization
    • Posture and Positioning
    • Access of Augmentative Communication
    • Adaptive Equipment
    • Upper Extremity Splinting
    • Sensory Processing
    • Visual Perceptual Skills
    • Dressing, Feeding, Grooming, and All Areas of Self Help
    • Work Injuries
    • Hand Therapy