Occupational Therapy

When you're diagnosed with a medical condition or encountered an accident that caused you injuries, daily living tasks become a challenge to do. To rehabilitate yourself, you need to adapt to changes in your body. Some cases, it is possible that full recovery is achieved. However, if an injury or medical condition brings permanent damage, you can still find ways to manage daily life with the help of an Occupational Therapist. He or she can also train you to regain skills at work.

The treatment usually includes but is not limited to:

  • Education on safety awareness
  • Assessment of home environment and making adjustments if necessary
  • Exercise programs
  • Relearning activities of daily living
  • Energy conservation and management
  • Body Mechanics
  • Education in the use of adaptive equipment
  • Prevention of falling
  • Prevention of further injury
  • Lessening the risks of health complications

Our agency efficiently matches your needs to an occupational therapist who is able to handle your case. We encourage you to meet with a case manager to discuss your care options, schedules and other important concerns about Occupational Therapy being administered to you at home. Please set an appointment.

We provide services in the counties of Wayne, Monroe, Macomb and Oakland.
16910 W 10 Mile Rd. Ste. 200
Southfield, Michigan 48075

Phone Number:  (248) 569-1740
Toll-Free:  (877) 454-CARE (2273)
Fax Number:  (248) 281-0735
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