In-home Occupational Therapy

It is a therapy treatment on the therapeutic use of occupations, including everyday life activities. Occupational therapy services are provided for habilitation, rehabilitation, and the promotion of health and wellness to those who have or are at risk of developing an illness, injury, disease, disorder, condition, impairment, disability, activity limitation, or participation restriction.

An Occupational Therapist often treats the following:

  • Poor posture or leaning on one side
  • Poor balance when sitting, standing or walking
  • Difficulty with ADLs such as self-feeding, grooming, hygiene, toileting, and/ or bathing
  • Difficulty with IADLs such as meal preparation, medication management, shopping, laundry,and/or homemaking
  • Frequent falls while doing ADLs or IADLs
  • Difficulty in getting in/out of a toilet, tub, and/or car
  • Altered mental/cognitive status including loss of memory, confusion, inability to follow directions, and/or poor safety awareness resulting to inability to perform any of the daily task
  • Decline in vision or any other senses resulting to inability to perform any of the daily tasks
  • Weakness of Upper Body
  • Pain or stiffness of neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists and/or hands
  • Inability or difficulty using assistive devices for self-feeding, dressing, toileting or any other ADLs
  • Poor wheelchair fitting or inability to propel manual or powered wheelchair
  • Poor fitting of Upper Extremity splints, braces, prosthesis, and/or orthosis