What is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational Therapy is designed to help people of all ages, from pediatrics to the elderly, with physical, developmental, and/or social deficits. Occupational Therapy helps to regain and build skills that are important for your health and well-being.
Occupational Therapy helps to improve:
Functional skills, such as:
- Coordination of movement
- Strength and endurance
- Sensory awareness and processing
Cognitive skills, such as:
- Overall thinking abilities
- Problem solving
Self-care activities, such as:
- Personal hygiene
Daily Living Needs, such as:
- Range of motion
Environmental Adaptations for homemaking activities in a home setting. This includes conducting a Home Safety Evaluation.
Also, the Pelvic Floor Program is a service offered through Occupational Therapy, which addresses urinary incontinence for our patients.
We offer our Rehabilitation Services on the lower level of our hospital, as well as within the patient rooms, and also at patients’ homes (through our Home Health Agency), depending on the needs of the patient..
Give us a call with any questions you may have, or to schedule an appointment. We are happy to help: (573) 486 – 2154.