Occupational Therapy

What do Occupational Therapists do?

Occupational Therapist help people of all ages to fully engage in their daily lives, restoring function in their work and recreation to activities of daily living like getting dressed, cooking, laundry and driving.

Services include:

Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Training including recommendation for adaptive equipment and training in its use
Guidance and education for family members and caregivers
Focus on the Upper Extremity
Home Safety Evaluations
Wheelchair Seating and Positioning

Certified in LSVT-BIG

OTs also use a variety of techniques and technology to treat injuries and conditions of all kinds including:


Joint replacement
Muscle weakness

Hand Injuries

Cumulative trauma
Carpal Tunnel

Neurological/Neuromuscular Disorders

Head injuries
Development delay/disorders
Progressive neuromuscular diseases
Parkinson's Disease

Outside Resources:

We utilize inReach to provide Occupational Therapy services here at CCH.

Hours of Operation:

8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Inpatient services as needed.