What is at-home occupational therapy?
In partnership with Ergo Vital, we now offer at-home occupational therapy. In the comfort of your own home, receive conventional and personalized occupational therapy treatments. With your occupational therapist, you’ll work on strengthening, balance, range of motion and more. Our common goal is to make your daily activities as easy and independent as possible.
Services available at-home include:
- Conventional and personalized occupational therapy treatments at home.
- Workstation assessments to ensure optimal work posture, reduce pain and avoid injury.
- In-home safety assessment to adapt your home to your abilities, relieve pain and reduce the risk of injury.
- In-home assessment to facilitate all chores in your household and reduce the risk of falls.
How to book an appointment?
If you are interested in this service, please contact us at 450 455-0111 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then forward your contact information to our partner Ergo Vital, who will contact you to make an appointment.
The Ergo Vital occupational therapist will come to your home to complete your treatment or initial assessment in your daily environment. Sessions last approximately one hour.
Who is occupational therapy for?Our occupational therapists work with people of all ages, from children to seniors. They also provide rehabilitation services to people with physical or mental health problems, physical disabilities or in injury prevention.
What is a workplace assessment?Did you know that occupational therapy can help prevent musculoskeletal pain related to poor posture at work? The adjustment of the workstation is done according to the activities performed, postural hygiene and the targeted objectives. With office work (sedentary lifestyle) and especially the rise of telecommuting, proper positioning at work can prevent injuries or improve the pain that already affects us. The workstation assessment is just one example of what occupational therapists can do in the workplace. Contact us to book an appointment!
Did you know?
Falls are the leading cause of injury-related hospitalizations and deaths in Canada among people aged 65 and over (Source: Canada.ca)
Falls are one of the biggest risks for seniors at home! According to the World Health Organization, about one-third of seniors fall every year.