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Occupational Therapy

Supporting clients as they adjust to receiving care at home

Many of our clients find transitioning to their homes difficult due to changes in routine and environment than they might have been more used to in a facility setting. There are also daily living activities they may find challenging to perform by themselves due to the effects of their disability or health condition. This is when the help of an Occupational therapist is essential. These professionals may visit clients’ homes and suggest home changes to accommodate their needs before transitioning to receiving care at home. This way, they’ll arrive at a home environment that’s more conducive to their health requirements. They may also guide clients in learning or relearning daily living skills that are important for their everyday survival and independence.

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