Occupational Therapy to Help You Recover
Occupational therapy is a form of rehabilitation that helps people with disabilities to participate in everyday activities. OT helps people regain and improve their skills so they can live as independently as possible.
One common goal of occupational therapy is to help people return to work. OT can help people with physical, mental, or emotional disabilities regain the skills they need to work. For example, someone who has suffered a stroke may need help relearning how to use their hands and arms. A person with depression may need help learning how to socialize again.
How We Help
TexMed’s occupational therapy department provides services to help patients regain the ability to perform daily activities. Services may include: helping a person relearn how to dress, eat, use the restroom, or drive; teaching adaptive techniques or devices, and providing counseling on work-related issues.
The therapists at TexMed are highly skilled and experienced in helping patients recover from injuries or illnesses that have caused them to lose some degree of independence. They work closely with each patient to develop a personalized treatment plan that will help them achieve their goals.
We understand that each patient is unique, and we work closely with our patients and their families to create individualized care plans that meet their specific needs. If you or a loved one needs skilled nursing services, please call TexMed today for a free consultation at: (800) 839-4930, and we’ll promptly schedule an initial FREE in-home assessment to discuss your senior’s needs.