" Occupational therapists, often called OTs, are trained to understand not only the medical and physical limitations of a disability or injury, but also the psychosocial factors that affect the functioning of the whole person – their health and their wellness.”
They combine their in-depth knowledge of the body and how it works with specialized hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury or disability."
~Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists
Our Occupational Therapy Assessments will explore physical, cognitive, psychological, and/or social factors that contribute to challenges in your life. Together, we will develop goals to address your current challenges and help you to continue moving forward on your journey.
What is OT?
Occupational therapists (OTs) at Symphony follow a client-centered practice to look at difficulty in day-to-day activities due to injury, illness, or disability. Together we will create a plan to help you return to everyday activity and roles.
The scope of occupational therapy is broad, and OTs treat the whole person physically, mentally, and emotionally; supporting you in your journey to live life to the fullest. We provide a wide variety of services for any age, see below and contact us to learn more.
How long is my appointment?
Initial Assessments ~ 60 minutes
Subsequent Sessions ~ are variable in length between 30 and 60 minutes based on the findings of your initial assessment, your goals, and discussion between you and your therapist.
Who can benefit from Occupational Therapy?
In GENERAL occupational therapy is appropriate for individuals looking to:
Treat concussion and brain injury
Improve cognitive and perceptual abilities
Better manage stress
Address sleep and fatigue challenges
Live well with a chronic health condition
Improve and better manage chronic pain
Return to work and school after injury or illness
Make your home safe and accessible
Learn more about your health or health condition - for example: energy conservation, injury prevention, ergonomics, body mechanics, work simplification, joint protection, relaxation, and pain management.