What is Occupational Therapy?

Helping to Regain Skills for Daily Tasks

Occupational Therapy (OT) can provide support for older adults experiencing physical and cognitive changes while helping them regain some skills they may have lost over time. The goal of OT is to get patients back to functioning at the highest level possible and improve their ability to perform daily tasks. Our Occupational Therapists will work with our interdisciplinary team to evaluate each patient and customize a therapy approach that is tailored to their individual needs.

Brain Surgery
Traumatic Injury
Broken Bones
Stroke Recovery
Chronic Pain
Hip Replacement
Vision Changes

Occupational Therapists have the knowledge and training necessary to work with people who suffer from a wide range of physical, cognitive and emotional illnesses or disabilities that impede their ability to do important and meaningful tasks such as eating, dressing, cooking and other everyday activities.

Occupational Therapists focus on helping their patients regain independence, stay healthy and productive and take part in the things they want and need to do on a daily basis.

HELPING YOU LIVE A FULLER LIFE, Regardless of Your Health Condition or Disability.

At Orianna Health Systems, our centers are committed to caring for our patients’ needs and expectations with empathy, compassion, dignity and integrity. We apply a multi-disciplinary approach to reduce symptoms, increase participation in physical and social activities, and, if possible, discharge patients to their homes or to a lower level of care.

For more information on our centers, admissions and their full suite of services, contact central admissions: 864.688.3992