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Occupational Therapy

We provide home-based and community-based OT services for young, adult and elderly clients taking advantage of the most modern, evidence-based occupational therapy and integrative treatment methods.

We can carry out assessments or treatment sessions at home, in the workplace or in the community according to your needs.

These are some of the OT Services we provide:

  • Neurological Rehab
  • Support for everyday activities and safety at home
  • Care for the Elderly
  • Fall Prevention
  • Nursing Home Visits
  • Support with memory and cognition
  • Support with planning and organisation
  • Routine Management
  • Hobbies and leisure activities
  • Fatigue Management
  • Housing Adaptations
  • Assessment and Reports for grant applications
  • Chair Yoga
  • Yoga and Meditation
Or use our calendar to book a free 20-minute consultation which will answer any questions you may have.
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  • Neurological Rehab
  • Support for everyday activities and safety at home
  • Care for the Elderly
  • Fall Prevention
  • Nursing Home Visits
  • Support with memory and cognition
  • Support with planning and organisation
  • Routine Management
  • Hobbies and leisure activities
  • Fatigue Management
  • Housing Adaptations
  • Assessment and Reports for grant applications
  • Chair Yoga
  • Yoga and Meditation

What is OT?

We provide home-based and community-based OT services for young, adult and elderly clients taking advantage of the most modern, evidence-based occupational therapy and integrative treatment methods.

We can carry out assessments or treatment sessions at home, in the work place or in the communityaccording to your needs.

These are some of the OT Services we provide:

  • Neurological Rehab
  • Care for the Elderly
  • Fall Prevention
  • Fatigue Management
  • Housing Adaptations Assessment and Reports
  • Chair Yoga
  • Yoga and Meditation

Lorena is an extremely professional, knowledgeable, friendly and efficient Occupational Therapist. Lorena has an ability like no other to touch the lives of anyone who is lucky enough to have her as their OT. I couldn’t recommend highly enough that you can put your self into Lorena’s safe hands and know that you will be the better for it.

Ciara (29)

HOW DO I KNOW IF I SHOULD CONTACT AN OT?

You might need to consult an occupational therapist if, for example:

  • You are having problems going out into the community.
  • You are having problems getting dressed.
  • You are finding it difficult to mobilize in your home.
  • You find it more difficult to manage daily tasks in your house.
  • You had been recently diagnosed with a neurological condition.
  • You are having problems engaging in leisure activity.
  • You find it difficult to manipulate cutlery.
  • Your family or friends have concerns about you living alone.
  • You have had a hip replacement surgery.
  • You have been in hospital and are now going back home.
  • You are experiencing some memory or attention problems.
  • You want to return to work after some injury or recent diagnosis.
  • You are feeling sad or depressed with no motivation to do the activities you used to.
  • You are having difficult minding your children.
  • You are experiencing some difficulties being independent but you want to remain at home.
  • You have had a recent change in your health status.
  • You want to avoid an unnecessary hospital stay.

INFORMATION FOR GP’S, CONSULTANTS AND OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

When should you consider an occupational therapy referral for your patient?

If your patient, for example:
  • Needs assistance in Activities of Daily living (ADL) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL).
  • Is adapting to new disability (i.e. after stroke, spinal cord injury, hip fracture, or trauma).
  • Displays poor awareness of his or her environment and limited judgment about safety or has a history of falls.
  • Is having difficulties going out.
  • Requires assessment of the home environment for safety or poor accessibility due to a new condition.
  • Needs new adaptive equipment, aids or training in the use of new equipment at home, at work or in the community.
  • Wants to return to work after some injury or recent diagnosis.
  • Is complaining of difficulties or lack of interest engaging in leisure activity.
  • Is returning home after a long hospitalization.
  • Is experiencing some memory or attention problems.
  • Is feeling sad or depressed with no motivation to do the activities he or she used to.

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