Providing a range of individualized therapies.

Vocational Counseling

Vocational Counseling (also known as vocational rehabilitation) is often provided following an accident or development of a disability in order to help an individual transition to return to work, either their former position, with or without accommodations or a new job. In order to assist with vocational counseling, the counselor must determine an individual’s abilities, aptitudes, and skills through a vocational assessment. Counselors use both standard (tests) and non-standard (interviews, observations) approaches to obtain information. Results of these tests allow for strengths, needs, and career potentials to be evaluated. It can also help determine whether an individual is a good candidate for vocational training and has any interest in vocational benefits. The counselor can also determine if there are any barriers to learning that will need to be addressed prior to the start of a vocational program.

  • Vocational Evaluation & Assessments
  • Job Development, Placement & Follow Through
  • Job Coaching
  • SSDI Application Assistance
  • Wage Earning Capacity
  • Transferable Skills Analysis
  • Litigated/Non-Litigated Files

Recreational Therapy

Recreational Therapy is a systematic process that utilizes recreation and other activities to promote an individual’s life by improving their cognitive, physical, social, emotional, and/or spiritual functioning through individual based leisure activities and interests.

Recreational Therapy Services Include:

  • Cognitive Functioning
  • Physical Functioning
  • Emotional/Psychological Functioning
  • Social Functioning

Services Include:

  • Sports
  • Games
  • Art/Crafts
  • Exercise
  • Music
  • Meditation/Breathing Exercises
  • Social Entertainment
  • Community Outings

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy – Occupational Therapists (OTs) utilize daily occupations and participation in meaningful activities as therapeutic interventions to improve independence, wellness and engagement in the home, work or community environments after an injury or illness. Occupational therapists may use a variety of cognitive, physical, or adaptive strategies and modifications to assist clients in achieving their individual goals.

Occupational Therapy Services Include:

  • Comprehensive ADL/IADL Evaluations and Training
  • Community Skills and Development
  • Implementation and Training in use of Cognitive Compensatory Strategies
  • Upper Body Neuromuscular Skills, Fine and Gross Motor Skills
  • Vision Therapy/Visual Perceptual Skills Evaluation and Training
  • Pre-Driving Skills Assessment and Training

Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy- Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders, which may follow an illness, surgery, stroke, or injury.

Speech Therapy Services Include:

  • Dysphagia
  • Spoken Language Comprehension/Expression
  • Stuttering
  • Executive Functioning Skills
  • Reading/Writing
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication
  • Attention/Memory
  • Dementia
  • Motor Speech

Home Physical Therapy

Home Physical Therapy addresses the illnesses or injuries that limit a person’s abilities to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives. It helps to maintains or restore health through physical examination, diagnosis, management, prognosis, patient education, physical intervention, rehabilitation, disease prevention, and health promotion.

Home Physical Therapy Services Include:

  • Comprehensive Functional Mobility Evaluations
  • Individual-Based Treatment Planning and Implementation
  • Community Barrier Management and Reintegration
  • Equipment Evaluations and Training
  • Caregiver Education and Training

Areas of Practice:

  • Joint Replacement
  • Sports Injuries
  • Trauma
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Stroke
  • Medical Complexity, Burns
For referrals or more information call 248-528-6667