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Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists are another valuable part of the Home Health United team of caregivers. They evaluate your ability to perform daily activities such as dressing, bathing, household chores, or meal preparation. The evaluation includes identifying hindrances such as muscle strength, decreased coordination, or inability to bend or reach without losing your balance. They provide you with a program to address these issues and help you adapt to your environment as necessary.

Patients who have had a stroke or cardiac episode, spinal cord injury, orthopedic surgery or arthritis can all benefit from occupational therapy services. Ask your doctor if you could benefit from occupational therapy.

Comprehensive Assessment and Treatment
Home Safety
Pain assessment and management
Upper extremity strength and range of motion
Activities of Daily Living
Vision and perception
Home Exercise Program
Patient Education
Work simplification
Energy conservation
Joint protection
Adaptive Equipment assessment and instruction
Independent Living Training
Cooking/meal preparation

Specialized Care
Lymphedema treatment
Allen cognitive level assessment and instruction