TruRehab occupational therapists promote health through a customized program of purposeful activity that requires the patient’s physical and mental involvement.
When you or a family member lose the ability to perform basic daily activities such as eating a meal or dressing yourself, a well-qualified TruRehab occupational therapist is able to help you recover the coordination and fine motor skills necessary to accomplish these kinds of tasks once again.
Since the primary goal of therapy is to allow the patient to return home or to return to his or her original setting, much consideration is given by TruRehab therapists to a patient’s environment and his or her needs as they pertain to that environment. Will the patient have to prepare meals? Will the patient need any type of equipment in the bathroom to provide stability while bathing?
TruRehab therapists pride themselves on not only their therapy skills, but on their listening skills as well. Listening to patients, finding out what their goals are these are the types of skills that help TruRehab therapists stand out as some of the best in the rehabilitation industry.