A complex neurological injury can have a significant impact on a person’s ability to get back to the roles in life that are most important to them. This can range from independence in self-care through to re-engaging in work, recreation and taking on new responsibilities.
Living independently is key to achieving a good quality of life. Being able to manage your home life, get out and about in the community, find new connections in your community and have the equipment, strategies and skills to do this independently allows a person to regain confidence and well being.
Our experienced team of OTs provide:
- Assessment of equipment needs including adaptive equipment, seating systems and wheelchair prescriptions
- Home Modifications Assessments
- Travel training
- Learner Driving and return to driving
- Budgeting skills
- Organisation and Planning Skills Training
- Meal preparation skills
- Assistance in identifying your individual support needs
- Facilitating a return to all life roles including self-care, household management, recreation, parenting, and community engagement