Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists (OTs) work with people of all ages. They assist and guide clients to maximise their independence and satisfaction with their daily living activities, leisure pursuits and work.

OTs help people develop the skills and resources they need to cope better with daily life despite illness, disability or trauma. This can include:

  • innovative ways of doing things
  • creating safer environments
  • recommending aids, equipment and advice
  • home modifications.

Specialist programs such as hand therapy are also available. Therapy may be offered individually or in groups.

More information

Contact the CRC to find out more about our Occupational Therapy services.