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ACCOMPLISHED Home Care occupational therapists can help you to regain the ability to perform everyday activities, such as eating, dressing, bathing, and writing.


Your occupational therapist will:

  • Adapt your day-to-day routine to meet your abilities after an injury or stroke

  • Improve your fine motor, visual, cognitive, and perceptual skills so that buttoning a shirt, putting on shoes, cutting food, brushing your teeth, or writing your name becomes easier

  • Train patient and caregiver on specially designed equipment and come up with strategies that will help you complete basic tasks safely

  • Teach energy conservation techniques

  • Expedite recovery through exercises and positioning programs

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