The Department of Occupational Therapy promotes health, wellness, productivity and quality of life by teaching skills and functions essential for a productive, satisfying and self-sufficient life. Our latest imported equipment is specifically designed to improve vestibular integration, strengthen muscles, develop joints and body alignment.
Who would benefit
- People with physical disabilities due to such medical conditions as stroke, head injury, spinal cord injury, hand and upper limb injuries, burns, orthopedic injuries, and sports or repetitive stress injuries.
- Children and infants with developmental delay, intellectual disability, handwriting difficulties, autism spectrum disorder, attention and behavioral problems, learning difficulties, neurological conditions e.g. cerebral palsy and orthopedic conditions.
- Older patients with Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and physical disabilities such as arthritis
The focus of our occupational therapy program is to promote social and personal independence. Our therapists work with clients in such areas as:
- Basic movement
- Refinement of movement
- Sensory awareness
- Posture and muscle control
- Body awareness
- Perceptual skills
- Spatial reasoning
- Fine motor coordination
- Activities of Daily Living