At Perfect Care our Occupational Therapist consider all our patient’s needs. Be it physical, psychological, social, or environmental. This consideration goes a long way when supporting patients, giving them hope, and providing them with the prospect of being able to perform their tasks without depending on anyone. Occupational Therapy addresses strategies to enhance Medication adherence and integrates medication management into your or your patient's daily routines, as well as offers strategies for patients to manage daily activities while reducing the risk of injury.
Occupational Therapy is an allied health practice that that will use assessment and intervention to develop, recover, or maintain the meaningful activities, or occupations, of individuals, groups, or communities through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. OTs help you return to the life that you love. We recognize that an injury or illness can be devastating, and that a huge part of the healing process involves being able to participate in your daily life in ways that matter to you the most. Our role is to serve as your guide, by helping you establish your health and life goals—and then working with you to find the interventions, technology, and equipment that work best for YOU to get you where you want to be.
If you experienced an injury or if you are noticing muscle weakness, an Occupational Therapist can help you get back to yourself. We will come to your home and help improve your fine and basic motor skills, strength, dexterity, and range of motion. Even small improvements in these areas can make all the difference when it comes to completing an everyday task. Our Occupational Therapist will develop a treatment plan designed specifically for you, with activity types that will help you reach your specific goals. This will include providing recommendations on any special equipment you may need and provide an evaluation of your progress.
An OT can help your patients with a variety of conditions including:
Some of the diagnosis for occupational therapy includes: