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Occupational Therapy/Life Coaching for Children, Teens, Adults & Seniors

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At different times of our lives, we seek to find purpose and balance. Occupational therapists assist children to seniors in gaining life skills through the use of various activities. From the basic activities of daily living including dressing, toileting, functional mobility and cooking to assist the person and caregiver in gaining confidence and safety techniques.  To knitting a hat to making a kumihimo bracelet, these skills help individuals engage in a repetitive self meditative activity when experiencing overwhelming feelings. Symbolic wind chimes or the creation of a treasure box can assist participants in identifying what is meaningful and not in their lives. Each activity has underlying purposes that assist the individuals in finding purpose and confidence in their lives.


Frequently Asked Questions

Explore vocational interests and gain prevocational skills sets.

Assess and provide strength based interventions to focus on goals of the client.

Explore alternative learning styles to support their individual goals.

Assist with activities of daily life (ADLs) through individual and caregiver training.

Provide activities and exercises to increase underlying strength, endurance and engagement in ALDs and meaningful activities.

In developing goals and programs which align with the individual’s ADLs and meaningful activities.

Provide caregiver and family trainings to assist with ADLs and engaging in activities together.

Explore adaptive technology and equipment to assist with daily tasks.

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“Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace, and gratitude.”
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