Occupational Therapy

Uniquely tailored support for people with Acquired Brain Injury and other Neurological Conditions

At ONE Rehabilitation Service Occupational Therapy is used to help you relearn or regain skills in everything from the basics of getting out of bed and showering, through to domestic tasks, community access, social activities, work and study.

Our Occupational Therapy programs will provide you with the tools and strategies to help increase your independence and get back to doing the things you love.

Occupational Therapy can assist you to successfully participate in the occupations, tasks and roles of your everyday life, after experiencing an acquired brain injury or other neurological condition.

“We want to see you achieve a greater level of independence in your every day life. We help you to set your goals and support you to achieve them”

Occupational Therapy can assist you with:

  • Increasing your independence
  • Physical and cognitive function
  • Sensory overload
  • Fatigue management
  • Identifying new hobbies and interests
  • Decreasing social Isolation
  • Helping to get you back on track and doing the things you love

We provide a person-centered approach to ensure each Occupational Therapy program is tailored to your individual needs. Our therapists help you to set and achieve your plan and goals.

Each client’s My One Plan is flexible and can be updated to accommodate changes in your needs and goals.

Occupational Therapy sessions can be held at the ONE Rehabilitation clinic, in your home or anywhere in the wider community.

What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational Therapy looks at ‘occupation’ in the broadest sense of the word. It is therapy that is used to help people relearn or regain skills in everything from the basics of getting out of bed and showering, through to domestic tasks, community access, social activities, work and study.

Benefits

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Increased independence in daily activities such as showering, dressing and cooking etc.

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Resuming participation in recreational or leisure activities

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Increased confidence and self-esteem

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Improved memory, thinking skills, attention and executive function

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Improved relationships and connections with the community

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Reduced risk of further health complications

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Improved function of upper limbs

Our Programs PROVIDE

  • Assistance to help you to identify new activities and opportunities which will assist you achieve your goals
  • Strategies to assist with managing your fatigue
  • Assessment of your need for home modification and assistive technology (equipment)
  • Help with the development of a graded return to work or study plan
  • Cognitive assessments and therapy
  • Upper limb assessments and treatment.
  • Spasticity management

Our team of Occupational Therapists

Ginny Pearson

Ginny Pearson

Principal Occupational Therapist

Hayley Allen

Hayley Allen

Clinical Lead of Disability Services & Senior Occupational Therapist

Cressida Jones

Cressida Jones

Senior Occupational Therapist

Megan Tan

Megan Tan

Managing Director / OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

Melissa Brown

Melissa Brown

Senior Occupational Therapist

Bridie Quinn

Bridie Quinn

Occupational Therapist

Bernadette Lelasi

Bernadette Lelasi

Occupational Therapist

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65 Anzac Highway, Ashford SA 5035