Occupational Therapy Week

6th-12th November is the Royal College of Occupational Therapists Occupational Therapy week. To coincide with this we are excited to announce the launch of our new Occupational Therapy service.

What does an Occupational Therapist do?

An occupational therapist helps people of all ages overcome challenges completing everyday tasks or activities – what we call ‘occupations’. Occupational Therapists are trained in the assessment, treatment and management of both physical, cognitive and perceptual difficulties. Using a functional approach to assessment and rehabilitation they can also advise on compensatory strategies such as adaptive equipment, technology and specialist seating.

An occupational therapist will consider your strengths, abilities and health care needs. They will find out what you want and need to be able to do and then consider if your environment (home, workplace, school, etc.) supports or hinders your ability to do those things. They can then find ways to make life easier and support you to manage daily tasks and activities. This might include support with self-care, household chores, getting out and about, adaptations to your home, finding or staying in work or education, or taking part in social and leisure activities.

Who may benefit from Occupational Therapy?

Our Occupational Therapist has extensive experience working in neurological rehabilitation supporting people who have Traumatic and Acquired Brain Injuries, Stroke, Functional Neurological Disorder and Long term and degenerative neurological conditions including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease and Motor Neurone Disease. Hannah can support with functional rehabilitation goals including vocational rehabilitation. Read more about Hannah via the link below.


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Our new location:

Nicole Lavin Neurorehab Ltd
Ground Floor
Unit 3
Rawdon Business Park
Off Green Lane
LS19 7BA

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