Our clinical Occupational Therapy services are evidence-based, goal-oriented, and client-centred in order to promote successful outcomes in rehabilitation. Our OTs use meaningful activities to guide individuals through recovery from injury, disability, and/or illness back to the activities they want or need to do to achieve a better quality of life. Services are offered in the home, hospital (discharge planning), community, and/or workplace.
Occupational therapy services include:
an individualized assessment, during which the client and Occupational Therapist collaborate to determine the therapy goals
customized intervention to improve the client’s ability to perform daily activities he or she would like to do and/or need to do to reach the goals
an outcomes evaluation to ensure that the goals are being met and/or to modify the intervention plan.
Occupational therapy services also include comprehensive evaluations and will assess and address the individual’s physical, cognitive, sensory perceptual and emotional functional status, and determine barriers preventing participation in his/her normal activities of daily living.
Comprehensive OT In-Home
Assistive Devices Program (ADP)
Attendant Care Needs
Housekeeping and Home Maintenance
Catastrophic (Situational and GOS-E)
Cognitive Functional Assessments
The role of the Case Manager is to access and coordinate all necessary services for individuals in order to facilitate optimal recovery in their rehabilitation. A Case Manager can become involved at any point in time. Ideally, a referral is made during the acute stage. Often individuals will be seen while still in hospital or inpatient rehabilitation.
The Case Manager performs the following:
Meets with the individual client, family members and health care providers and gathers information through available medical reports to assess their needs and the most appropriate therapy and services
Determine most suitable therapists based upon injury type and expertise, and facilitate referrals including providing all necessary information to the clinicians
Maintain communication with treating physicians, rehabilitation professionals, insurers and lawyer to ensure they are up to date regarding individual’s injuries and prognosis and ensure establishment of mutual rehabilitation goals
Monitor progression of rehabilitation and address issues as they arise to ensure the most timely and optimal recovery possible.
Skilled case management ensures rehabilitation is goal-directed, cost-effective, individualized and client-centered.
Rehabilitation Support Services
A Rehabilitation Support Worker (RSW) is an unregulated care provider who implements functional rehabilitation goals prescribed and supervised by regulated health professionals such as an Occupational Therapist (or physiotherapist, psychologist, SLP, etc.) when working with clients.
They are a vital component to the treatment team as they provide consistent, frequent and cost-effective care.
The Aqua Therapy program is for those who have an injury, disability and/or illness who would find benefit from movement in the water, alongside a certified Aqua Therapist. The water provides a perfect buoyant environment for those with injuries or disabilities.
Modifications are given throughout each class to allow participants to work at their own pace and abilities. A variety of activities make it a dynamic and thorough workout aimed at improving both physical and emotional health.
Yoga therapy is a safe way of working with the natural capacity of your body and mind to optimize well-being and encourage functional engagement in day to day life. Yoga therapy uses a combination of yoga postures, breathing exercises, meditation, mindfulness and guided imagery to help manage symptoms and to improve both mental and physical health. Yoga therapy includes the use of a range of therapeutic modalities, including elements from physical movement and counselling.