COVID 19’s return to work, what to expect:

  • There will be a screening email sent to you 24 hours prior to confirm you do not have COVID symptoms. If you do have any symptoms, we ask that you do not attend your appointment and use the 811 on-line self-assessment tool if you are unwell.
  • Screening will also be asked upon arrival by reception and once again when you enter the room with your practitioner. This is required by our associations to return to work.
  • Upon arrival to the clinic, please wait in your car and we will call you within 2 minutes of your appointment or when the practitioner is ready. We have a “check in” process if you would like to let us know you’re here in your car by visiting:
  • Once entering the clinic, you will have to sanitize your hands immediately (touch-less machine directly inside the doors to the left)
  • We ask that all clients pay in advance for your treatment when you arrive. Once you enter the clinic with your practitioner you will not be permitted to return to admin, and we ask that you exit our side door into the main building.
  • MASKS- are REQUIRED for ALL clients – please arrive with a clean, non-medical mask as we do not have extra to sell clients at this time.
  • Clients must attend appointments by themselves whenever possible. If you require someone to accompany or assist you, we ask you to make arrangements ahead of time with the clinic. All other persons must wait outside the clinic.
  • Please be advised that we ask you not to bring unnecessary items with you to your treatment. – ex: additional bags.
  • Our staff are practicing higher protocols for cleaning and we have added additional time between clients to ensure we do a full clean before each client.
  • We thank you for your cooperation through this reopening process and we are very excited to see all clients once again.
Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Help improve or maintain everyday activities with a physical, mental or cognitive challenges

What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational Therapists (OT’s) help to improve or maintain everyday activities for people with a physical, mental or cognitive challenge. OT’s assess a person’s activities of daily living (ADL’s), which can include the things you need to do (get out of bed, shower, dress, eat, etc) and the things you want to do (leisure activities, etc). OT’s observe and analyze body mechanics and offer suggestions to either modify the way the person performs the task, change the environment, or provide assistance, such as equipment, to help people do their everyday activities with ease.

Occupational Therapists employ client centered care, focusing on the client’s goals and objectives and creating a cohesive plan to meet their goals.

Reasons to See an Occupational Therapist

  • Workplace injury
  • Motor Vehicle Injury
  • Physical injury
  • Mental health concerns (depression, anxiety)
  • Cognitive concerns (concussion, etc)
  • Return to work planning
  • Functional assessment
  • Ergonomic assessment to address desk/workspace concerns
  • Home assessment
  • Equipment needs, such as equipment needed for showering, dressing, mobility or other everyday activities

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