Occupational Therapy for Stroke Recovery
What is Occupational Therapy?
Oxford’s Occupational Therapy approach for stroke recovery integrates therapy procedures with the re-introduction and practice of everyday functions and activities such as eating, dressing, and socializing.
Our therapists work with patients to create personalized plans for re-developing or maintaining skills needed to support daily activities and situations, return to a previous level of functioning, increase independence, and reach personal recovery goals.
Oxford’s Occupational Therapy model combines conventional and non-conventional techniques to facilitate rehabilitation. Our approach focuses on retraining the body and brain in everyday situations. Occupational Therapy sessions are one-on-one and allow our therapists to focus on your specific needs without interruption.
Our Synergistic Approach to Stroke Recovery
By approaching stroke recovery with a multifaceted therapy approach, Oxford’s model promotes synergy between different therapies. This is where the interaction or cooperation of two or more therapies healing the entire body creates a greater effect than the sum of their separate effects. Simply put, 1+1=3.
Benefits of Occupational Therapy
- Improves balance
- Improves strength
- Supports basic life skills
- Reduces severity of symptoms
- Improves sensory skills and performance
- Improves social skills
- Reduces risk of falling
- Improves memory and attention
- Helps individuals achieve personal recovery goals
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