What is Occupational Therapist?
An Occupational Therapist is a healthcare professional who helps individuals achieve daily tasks through a holistic approach. The term “occupation” in occupational therapy refers to the ordinary activities that individuals do on a daily basis, both within the family and in the community. These everyday occupations give meaning to life and occupational therapists help individuals who need it to perform all the necessary tasks and activities of daily living.
Our services include:
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Improved daily living skills
Assessment, Recommendation, Therapy And/Or Training (Incl. AT) – Other Therapy
An occupational therapist may be necessary for individuals who are struggling to perform everyday tasks, negatively impacting their independence. Occupational therapy may be included in an individual’s NDIS plan.
Examples of conditions that may require occupational therapy include:
- Difficulty with activities of daily living
- Physical limitations or injuries
- Disabilities requiring home modification
- Recovery from injury or illness resulting in the need for assistive equipment
- Improving fine motor skills, strength, and coordination.