Occupational Therapy | Hopebridge

Occupational Therapy

A child’s occupation is learning and play, which provides the building blocks and foundation for learning.

Occupational Therapy

A child’s occupation is learning and play, which provides the building blocks and foundation for learning. Hopebridge provides an environment rich in opportunities to encourage both. Highly- trained therapists address fine motor skills, perceptual and cognitive skills, handwriting, self-care skills, feeding, social skills and sensory processing.


boy-in-sweater-at-tableOccupational therapy is skilled treatment that helps individuals achieve independence in all facets of their lives.


What is Occupational Therapy?

The word “occupation” means an activity that “occupies” our time. Our centers are equipped with a full functioning bathroom, kitchen and laundry room to address all these skills.

 

Occupational Therapy at our facility.

At Hopebridge, we are committed to providing your child with the highest level of service. Our licensed OTR’s and COTA’s have experience working with a variety of diagnosis and conditions and participate in ongoing training and continuing education to ensure that we are offering the most current and innovative treatment approaches. If your child is receiving multiple services, we will participate in team meetings to ensure that the multiple facets of your child’s care are coordinated.

 

Plan of care for Occupational Therapy.

Quarterly staffing meetings will be conducted with all disciplines to address the individual needs of every client. Quarterly Plan of Care (POC) reports are written by the occupational therapist, which are then sent to the referring physician for signature and authorization to continue treatment. These reports will also be given to you to keep in your Hopebridge Treatment Plan binder.

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