Occupational therapy (OT) helps people overcome barriers that affect a person's emotional, social, and physical needs.
Helping you overcome mental and physical barriers
When should I see an Occupational Therapist?
If you need to develop motor skills, social skills or managing emotional regulation an Occupational Therapist is here to help. Also, if you need to build a return to work plan, avoid falls or recover after a stroke to support independent living, an Occupational Therapist can put together a plan. Occupational Therapists also define assistive technology needs to align with rehabilitation.
Why choose Optimum Occupational Therapy
Our Occupational Therapists utilise functional activities in assessing and treating you to maximise your ability to perform tasks that are important to you and your lifestyle. We support your return to work, undertaking daily activities and simply assist you to return to doing what you love in life.
NDIS Occupational Therapy Program
Occupational Therapy is widely used for treating a range of disabilities. From Cerebral Palsy to Autism Spectrum disorder and ADHD. It is also a useful part of adjusting to life after a brain or spinal injury, stroke or chronic pain and fatigue.
Designed around your needs
State-of-the-art studios, safe in-home treatment and easy to use teleconference facilities. No matter your needs we have your treatment covered.
Our Occupational Therapists
Medical Referrals & Rebates Accepted
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