What is Functional Rehabilitation? In this guide, Rachael explains how a functional OT assessment, learning about a client's personal goals, and a realistic treatment plan, can help a client achieve their optimum level of participation in daily activities.
Functional assessments require an OT to observe a client carrying out their everyday tasks, and discovering solutions to improving their quality of life. What is an activity analysis? How do compensatory and restorative methodologies differ, and what are their common outcomes? Let our expert OT answer your questions in our latest FAQ.
In this professionals guide Anthony Yuill explains the fundamental principles that underpin vocational rehabilitation intervention. He explores potential solutions to ensure that clients can remain at, or return to, meaningful employment following a progressive diagnosis or traumatic injury.
In this case study we learn how structure and routine combined with anxiety and fatigue management techniques can support the transition back to work following accident or illness.
This case study follows the progress of Phil who experienced an extensive hand injury at work. It highlights the emotional, physical and practical consequences a client may experience when faced with hand trauma.
In this article we explore the clinical governance, uses and benefits of assistive technology. A widely used term but what does it actually mean and how can it be used to benefit your clients?
This case study tells the story of Hannah, one of our clients at The OT Practice. Referred by her case manager, Hannah and her OT worked together to ensure that assistive technology was used practically and appropriately to achieve her goals of independence. Hannah has kindly agreed to allow us to share her story