Are you struggling with mobility issues, or recovery from illness?
Occupational Therapy may be the solution for you!
Occupational Therapy is a form of rehabilitation that employs manageable activities that are relevant to you and your condition, to ensure that you reach your recovery goals.
How does Occupational Therapy help?
Occupational Therapy can help with a huge range of conditions, both physical and neurological, such as strokes, general frailty, physical instability, dementia, fatigue and long COVID. Through Occupational Therapy, your activities and environments are adjusted around your current challenges and physical limitations. Additionally, a plan is set out to help manage future developments in your condition.
In the home
Home adjustments can range from ensuring that your chair is the correct height, so that it becomes much easier to get in and out of, to working with builders making whole house readjustments for long term disabilities. Equipment provision is a very personal choice and we help to ensure that the best range is made available so that your home remains as comfortable and as personalised as possible.
In the workplace
Occupational Therapy can help individuals return to work after a long period of sickness. It can also assist employers with integrating staff members back into the workplace, gently and safely, allowing them to resume their previous professional roles. This can involve adjusting the work setting to suit physical abilities and preparing a plan for ongoing physical or neurological improvement.
Is it right for you?
Our Occupational Therapist can help you adapt all kinds of activities, from personal care to hobbies, ensuring that you remain as independent as possible and get to enjoy the activities that are important to you. And our flexible approach to delivering therapy means that sessions can take place in the home, workplace, or at one of our clinics.
If you would like to find out more about Occupational Therapy and whether it is the right solution for you, why not speak to our therapist Hollie first? Just click below to request a callback!