Letter from the Rehab Director
There are many activities of daily living we do every day without even thinking about them; cooking, cleaning, brushing our teeth, tying our shoes. They only get our full attention when we become unable to do them. Whether illness, injury or disability disrupts our daily activities Occupational Therapy is there to help us get back to our everyday routines. Occupational Therapists (OT’s)work in rehab hospitals, long term care facilities, home healthcare and public schools.
OT’s work together with doctors, nurses, and other healthcare providers. They can design a plan of care that gets you back to living your best life.
Robbi Scheiffele, Rehab Director