360 Therapy Group aims for all patients under our care to adapt to the environment where they are receiving care to enable them to live their lives to the fullest. We do that by helping them promote their health and prevent or to live better with their injury, illness, or disability.
Our occupational therapy starts with an individualized evaluation to determine treatment/intervention goals followed by the creation of a customized intervention to improve every patient’s ability to perform daily activities, and evaluation of the intervention outcomes to determine and ensure that the goals are met and being met and to implement changes in the treatment/intervention plan when needed.
We help with most injuries or disabilities that makes it hard for you to do your job or schoolwork, care for yourself, complete household chores, move about your home or places you frequent, and/or take part in activities you love.
Simply put, occupational therapy help you adapt to your environment while achieving the optimal outcomes for you daily life. Occupational Therapy can help you perform most types of tasks at your school, work, or in your home. With Occupational Therapy you will learn how to use tools (you may hear them called assistive devices) if you need them.
We can help you do specific things like:
- Eat without help from others
- Bathe and get dressed
- Take part in leisure activities
- Complete office work and tasks
- Do laundry or clean up around your house
Our interventions for helping children with any kind of disability include participating fully in school activities and social situations, helping patients recover from injury regain skills, also providing support to older adults experiencing physical and cognitive changes.
We conduct assessments of patient environments to help them prevent falls, injuries, and collaborate where certain tasks could be better completed in your home or office. Some of our modalities include providing electric stimulation, thermal techniques, as well as cold/cool techniques to help you manage pain and improve general function.
For more information about occupational therapy, visit the American Occupational Therapy Association’s website: www.aota.org.
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