Occupational Therapy


Multi Rehab Clinic and Hearing Aid Center

Occupational Therapy tasks include interacting with family and friends and maintaining the home.
Everyone is employed… From the toddler, whose profession is to play and develop key abilities, to the older adult, whose occupation is to interact with family and friends and manage his or her home, every age group has vocations. Your cherished occupations may be
interrupted if you are a child, a child with a neurological disorder, or an adult recovering from an accident or injury.


How Communikare Team helps in Occupational Therapy?

Our Therapists are educated to detect and treat difficulties that impede a client’s ability to conduct essential daily activities.
Occupational therapists at Communikare are trained to conduct both formal and informal examinations in a range of areas, including handwriting and fine motor difficulties, balance, coordination, and gross motor issues. problems with visual perception, visual motor integration, and sensory processing.
Offer assessment, education, and intervention strategies to individuals of all ages, and develop and implement intervention plans based on scientific evidence through direct intervention
and consultation with parents and experts. Our therapists are trained and knowledgeable to treat mobility, fine motor, and sensory processing difficulties, as well as sitting difficulties.
Our occupational therapists work with individuals of all ages to enhance health, prevent impairment, and develop or preserve abilities. Can assist with specialist equipment such as grab bars, ramps, and lifts, as well as tailor-made materials based on your child’s needs, children. They are trained to detect and address issues that impede a client’s capacity to engage in activities that are essential to his or her daily life.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy for Children

In an environment where people from different fields work together, the Occupational therapy program offers full assessments, treatments, and consultations. As needed, you can work with people from other fields. The place, time, and goals of treatment are all made to fit the needs of the client and their family. Occupational therapy is a field that is always changing, and our therapists are always trying to get more credentials, experience, and training so that they can give the best therapy possible.

Our OT Services for Children:

  • ABI (Acquired Brain Injury)
  • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
  • ADP (Assistive Devices Program)
  • ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder)
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Developmental Coordination Disorder
  • Down Syndrome
  • Dyspraxia (impaired motor planning)
  • Fine Motor Delay
  • Gross Motor Delay
  • Handwriting Without Tears® and Loops and Other Groups® for Handwriting
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Neurodevelopmental Delay
  • Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT)
  • Sensory Integration
  • Sensory Processing Disorder
  • Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding
  • The Zones of Regulation for Self-Regulation

Our Occupational Therapists work closely with patients and their families to improve communication, learning, and quality of life. They use their years of experience and many hours of continuing education to do this.
In an environment where people from different fields work together, the Communikare Occupational Therapy program offers full assessments, treatments, and consultations. As needed, Occupational Therapy, Psychological Counseling, Autism Therapy, Behavioral Therapy, and Other Therapies can work with other fields.

Occupational Therapy

Benefits of Occupational

  • Students receive individualized treatment plans through direct instruction.
  • Remediation of a functional impairment that has the potential to affect the student’s social, academic, and professional development for the rest of his or her life.
  • Increased self-assurance, self-awareness, and engagement.
  • Students receive individualized treatment plans through direct instruction.
  • Comprehensive evaluations.
  • Reports on an individual’s strengths and limitations in the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional factors that contribute to his or her capacity to participate meaningfully in daily activities.

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