Occupational Therapy involves a variety of activities designed to improve functional independence through:
ADL (Activities of Daily Living) Training
The maintenance, hygiene, dressing, feeding, eating, communication, mobility, home management and community living that allows an individual to achieve functional independence.
Includes instruction and techniques emphasizing muscle strength, flexibility, range of motion and the awareness of good body alignment.
Ability of a muscle or muscle group to produce tension and a resulting force.
Adaptive Equipment Assessment & Ordering
The evaluation of an individual's need for certain equipment that may be required to help an individual regain functional independence.