In occupational therapy, our team helps children and adults of all ages with neurological disorders, developmental conditions, and other diagnoses live their lives to the fullest.
Occupational therapy offers a wide variety of services.
Evaluation and treatment for various pediatric diagnoses (e.g. developmental delay, pervasive developmental disorders, ADHD, autistic spectrum disorder, Asperger’s, cerebral palsy, and autism).
Treatment addresses difficulties that impact all aspects of money management, instrumental activities of daily living training, and higher-level problem solving/safety concerns.
Visual Skills Training
Treatment addresses problems associated with visual neglect and/or a visual field cut related to stroke or brain injury. Goals are to improve safety and awareness in surroundings, improved reading skills, and improved instrumental activities of daily living performance.
Re-education and coordination, balance, movement, and proprioception that impacts most neurological diagnoses.
Cognitive software that looks at many areas for rehabilitation following stroke and neurological changes.It also focuses on attention and processing skills in pediatric patients.
Upper Extremity/Arm Retraining
Treatment addresses weakness and/or increased muscle tone incorporating use of the BTE work simulator, Bioness H200, SaeboFlex or Reach; fine and gross motor retraining; and improving bilateral arm use for increased independence with activities of daily living.
Occulo-motor training device that assesses processing skills with visual and motor response time that correlates with driving. Allows for balance training, functional arm use, and attention to task.
Assessment for fitting, training, and potential need for manual or power wheelchair.
Activities of Daily Living Training
Addresses difficulties with all aspects of activities of daily living (bathing and dressing, feeding, cooking/meal preparation, handwriting, low vision, typing/computer use) using adaptive equipment and strategies.
Functional electrical stimulation for the upper extremity facilitates active and passive movement, improving grasp/release, decreasing pain and/or softening muscle tone following a neurological impairment, and/or weakness from an injury. It’s appropriate for stroke, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, incomplete spinal cord injury, and generalized hand weakness.
LSVT (Lee Silverman Voice Training) BIG is an exercise program for Parkinson's patients that helps keep patients moving during everyday activities. It's a research-based program that can help patients improve their balance, walking, and ability to perform daily activities more independently and safely.
Vestibular Rehabilitative/Balance Retraining
Balance retraining related to loss of balance, decreased balance reactions, and difficulty with gaze stabilization.
Treatment and education specific for arthritis that impacts daily living skills, such as fluidotherapy, paraffin, and adaptive equipment education.
Brain-based rehab assessment and training program developed to improve processing abilities that affect attention, motor planning, and sequencing. Diagnoses that have benefited include brain injury, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, incomplete spinal cord injury, and pediatric diagnoses (e.g. sensory integration disorder, ADD/ADHD, cerebral palsy, Asperger’s, autism spectrum disorder).
Clinical assessment for visual scanning, cognitive, and processing abilities followed by an on-road assessment in an independent driver’s vehicle. We are the only facility with a trained Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist who is also an occupational therapist.
Why Choose Us
Your occupational therapist will provide one-on-one treatment to help improve your quality of life. Our therapists are cross trained in acute, home, skilled nursing, and outpatient care to allow for true continuity of care. They are also trained in and use the latest in occupational therapy technology: Dynavision D2, Interactive Metronome, and Brain-Train. But most importantly, they’re here for you.