Physical & Neurological Rehabilitation for Adults and Paediatrics
Occupational Therapists are health care professionals who help people of all ages – babies, children, adults and older people to carry out activities they need or want to do, but are prevented from doing so as a result of physical or mental illness, disability or the effects of ageing.
Activities can include the necessities of daily living such as getting dressed, preparing a meal, going to work, or simply continuing with a favourite hobby. Occupational Therapists work with individuals to help them to find alternative ways to carry on with activities to enable them to live life their way.
“I would really like to thank you from the deepest part of my soul for all the time, patience and the professional way of helping me get my life back on track, I really would not have gotten this far if you were not in my life to change the outcome of the accident..”
Jason Laing (36), Traumatic Brain Injury
“Thank you very much for everything that you have done for me during my stay in hospital. I really apppreciate your friendliness, words of encouragement and most of all the love given to me. Thank you very much!”
Sylvia Kleingeld (44), Stroke
“Jennifer is a dedicated therapist who sets reachable goals for her clients and often asks for their opinion, which allows for brain injured people to regain some of their dignity.”
Trudie Goodchild, mother of Roxanne (22),
Traumatic Brain Injury