Effects of Neurological
can dramatically impact the body’s ability to function,
- Decreased range of motion
- Changes in sensation
- Difficulty with fine
motor activities such as writing, picking up
small objects, managing buttons or zippers
- Cognitive impairment
including problems with memory, organization,
Your occupational therapist, in
collaboration with other members of your healthcare
team, will work with you to identify your goals
and priorities and develop a comprehensive rehabilitation
Following Your Comprehensive
Evaluation, Your Program may Include:
Activities and exercises to
maximize strength, range of motion, and coordination.
a full array of assistive devices available to
maximize safety and independence.
your home environment to identify any safety risks
offer recommendations on how to arrange your
home environment to meet your changing needs.
custom splints to improve hand function or to prevent
practical strategies to reduce the impact of deficits
limitations, while utilizing your strengths.
For more information contact us at 373-6175.
or injury can be a life-changing event,
impacting your ability to participate in
daily activities, including self care,
work and leisure. These conditions include:
- Parkinson’s disease
- Traumatic Brain
- Multiple sclerosis
- ALS (Lou Gehrig’s