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Occupational therapy is a client-centered health profession concerned with promoting health and well-being through occupation. They use a systematic approach based on evidence and clinical reasoning to enable individuals, families, groups, communities, organizations, or populations to develop the means and opportunities to identify and engage in the occupations of life. This collaborative process involves assessing, planning, implementing, monitoring, modifying and evaluating the client in relation to occupational engagement in self-care, work, and leisure.
The services provided by them can be an early intervention in high risk children, neurological and orthopedic rehabilitation, Vocational counseling and rehabilitation, assessment of health risks in the workplace, home and environment assessment and modification, preventive and restorative management for elderly, or programs to promote mental health for youth.
Our Pediatric occupational therapy team applies specialized approaches and techniques to maximize a child’s engagement, achievement and independence in all activities, including those at, self-care skills (dressing, eating a meal, using the toilet), or at play .They work with infants, children and teenagers up to the age of 18. With an expert understanding of child development and pediatric conditions, they analyze why a child may be struggling to carry out specific tasks, and accordingly they draft a treatment plan to address the specific issues. Problem areas that can be addressed include difficulties in Self-care, Attention and concentration, Visual perceptual, Organization skills, Gross motor & fine motor skills etc. or a spectrum of diagnosis like Sensory processing disorders, Autism / Autism spectrum disorder, Cerebral palsy, Down’s syndrome and other conditions.
Treatment intervention will include Individual/group sessions, Sensory integration therapy etc.
Sensory integration refers to how the neurological process of processing and integrating sensory information from the body and the environment contribute to emotional regulation, learning, behavior, and participation in daily life Sensory integration therapy, as practiced by occupational therapists, uses play activities in ways designed to change how the brain reacts to touch, sound, sight and movement.
The goals for the therapy will be designed based on a family centered approach by keeping in view the priorities of the parents and children.
Our Occupational therapy team will be providing services in Adult and Geriatric group.
Ageing is associated with decline in cognitive functions that are critical to independence, social engagement, and quality of life. Unchecked, this normal and gradual deterioration can advance to clinical cognitive impairment which, in turn, carries a higher risk of dementia.
Our trained professionals will be working with conditions like Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinsons, Muscular degeneration, Stroke Balance and Mobility etc.
Detailed Assessment will be done and the therapy provided to promote functional independence and restoration in to the community.Our Occupational therapy team will be providing services in Adult and Geriatric group. Ageing is associated with decline in cognitive functions that are critical to independence, social engagement, and quality of life. Unchecked, this normal and gradual deterioration can advance to clinical cognitive impairment which, in turn, carries a higher risk of dementia