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  • Occupational Therapy

    You or your loved one may need occupational therapy services if the ability to perform everyday activities has been limited as a result of illness, injury, or surgery. Occupational therapy can help you regain the ability to perform daily tasks, such as eating, dressing, and bathing, as well as participate in activities that are important to you, such as taking care of yourself, going to work, or enjoying leisure activities.

    During a visit to your home our Occupational Therapists can help in a variety of ways, including:

    • Improving fine motor skills so that activities like getting dressed, putting on shoes, or preparing meals becomes easier after an injury or illness;
    • Driver assessment and training;
    • Learning strategies or how to use special equipment to meet your abilities;
    • Recommending changes to your home, school, or workplace, including the installation of ramps, lowering of countertops, and widening of doorways;
    • Assessment and treatment for pre-school and school-age children with learning disabilities to improve fine motor skills, writing, and to help learn self-care tasks;
    • Helping you learn to navigate your community using a wheelchair or other mobility aid; and
    • Recommending special seating, utensils, or other equipment.

    Our goal is to provide you or the person you are caring for with personalized care to restore the ability to perform tasks and maintain a safe, independent and enjoyable lifestyle. Our occupational therapists will develop a customized plan to support seniors, adults and children in learning or relearning the skills you need to live independently.

  • Physiotherapy

    Physiotherapists work with clients of all ages and with a wide range of health conditions. Whether it's pain management and rehabilitation from an acute injury like a sprained ankle, or management of chronic conditions such as diabetes or heart disease, a physiotherapist can help. A physiotherapist also provides education and advice for health promotion, disease and injury prevention. (source: Canadian Physiotherapy Association)

    Physiotherapists are experts in the assessment and treatment of injuries and physical disabilities. They can provide you with:

    • Personalized exercise programs to help you improve your strength;
    • Joint mobilization to help reduce pain and stiffness; and,
    • Other techniques to help improve your function and mobility.

    In addition to home physiotherapy, our physiotherapists also provide rehabilitation to patients with serious injuries such as automobile accidents, major illnesses, and acquired brain injuries (ABI).

  • Social Work

    Social work is a profession concerned with helping individuals, families, groups and communities to enhance their individual and collective well-being. It aims to help people develop their skills and their ability to use their own resources and those of the community to resolve problems. (source: Canadian Association of Social Workers)

    Community-based social workers enrich individuals' lives by helping them cope with vital issues such as emotional, family and economic health - all within the comfort of their home environment.

    Our social workers address many needs, including:

    • Palliative care - assisting clients, families and care teams to manage in-home care;
    • Caregiver distress - coping strategies, training in stress management and effective communication;
    • Abuse/neglect - assessing risk, providing information about options, and therapeutic counseling;
    • Intergenerational or family conflict - assessing and providing counselling to address communication problems;
    • Brain injury - developing behaviour management strategies and helping families to adjust to the changes associated with brain injury; and
    • Addressing complex social problems such as the impacts of poverty, inadequate housing and barriers imposed by discrimination.
  • Speech Language Pathology

    Speech-Language Pathologists identify, assess and rehabilitate children and adults with communication and/or swallowing disorders.

    Speech-Language Pathologists play a crucial role in helping adults and children at home and in the community. Communication problems can occur at any age. These can be both frustrating and demoralizing, affecting an individual's ability to communicate at home, work or school.

    Speech-language pathologists also assist with eating and swallowing difficulties. They can help to reduce the risk of aspiration and choking, thereby increasing an individual's safety, nutritional intake and overall enjoyment of eating.

    Our speech-language pathologists work in homes, schools and communities across Canada assessing, treating and helping people manage communication and swallowing disorders. 

    Services include:

    • Prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of language, speech, voice and/or swallowing disorders in children and adults
    • Counseling, management and education for individuals and families; and
    • Consultation with and referral to other professionals.
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