Redwood Therapy offers skilled Occupational Therapy services for a variety of patient and client needs. We specialize in the following:
Increasing independence in Activities of Daily Living.
This can include assisting an individual to complete eating, dressing, bathing, and toileting needs at their most independent level of function.
Increasing independence in Household Activities and Family Roles.
This can include meal preparation and cooking; cleaning and chores; completing laundry tasks; managing yard maintenance; financial management; as well as the cognitive (thinking) skills necessary to complete these activities at one’s most independent level of function.
This can include an individual’s responsibilities as a childcare provider and the cognitive skills associated with providing meals for others, caring for others, and the supervision of others.
Increasing independence in Community Activities.
This can include increasing the amount of time one spends in the community doing functional tasks, as well as increasing community roles such as participating in a volunteer job, becoming part of an organization, or attending your local library or fitness center.
Increasing independence in Work Re-entry.
This can include all aspects of the job search process, or components of obtaining a job such as on the job assistance to maximize independence in meeting the job description and obtaining career goals.
Increasing independence in addressing Educational goals.
This can include training in the skills necessary to organize and manage coursework as well as determine a course of study, register for a class, structure a study plan, and/or complete assignments in a timely fashion.
Functional Use of the Body:
This can include, but is not limited to, strengthening, therapy to improve coordination, and re-training in the use of one’s body after injury, illness, or impairment have caused a loss in function. This is typically accomplished through the use of “occupations” or the daily activities one chooses to complete during their day.