Therapy Assessment

The role of an Occupational Therapist is to enable people to perform those daily occupations they find useful or meaningful in their environment. So as a starting point, we need to assess the impact of your injury or illness on your level of function and independence and then determine how we can best help you improve your quality of life.

What we discover during this assessment will inform the level of involvement from the therapist or treating multi-disciplinary team.

What to expect from us

We recognise that each of our clients therapy needs will vary depending on their age, diagnosis and goals. As such, all our therapy packages are completely bespoke. All our plans include:

A personalized goal-focused rehabilitation plan, along with treatment to address the person’s individual needs, including interval summary reports for both the client and those involved in their care.
Support and information that instills confidence and empowers our clients to self-manage, where appropriate.
Information and education via individual or group sessions, delivered electronically or with direct contact with our clients, and may include information on:

  • Long term cognitive effects of their condition
  • Accessing Self-help / Support Groups
  • Employment / Education
  • Welfare / Benefits Advice
  • Help for Carers