Occupational therapy provides therapeutic activities meant to help patients achieve independence in daily life.
Professional Home Care’s occupational therapists teach self-care skills including homemaking, eating, dressing and grooming among other activities. Occupational therapy also aids in the emotional and social adjustment after injury or illness.
One of the most important roles an occupational therapist plays is to help a patient to become as independent and self-reliant as possible during recovery. Through education and exercise programs that encourage relearning and mastery of fine motor skills, Professional Home Care’s occupational therapists help patients improve their ability to perform activities of daily living.