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Occupational Therapy at Griffin Hospital work with other treatment team members from Physical and Speech Therapy to help restore function and retrain using adaptive techniques and equipment as needed. OT's help via:
Griffin Hospital's OT department works with inpatients (patients staying at Griffin Hospital) and outpatients (patients who attend therapy as needed at our outpatient facility), providing therapeutic interventions as prescribed by a physician.
Call Outpatient Rehabilitation at (203) 732-7445.
The Occupational Therapy ADL Retraining Program at Griffin Hospital helps you regain the skills you need to complete routine daily personal activities such as bathing, dressing, and grooming.
The Hand Therapy program procedures are conducted by a Certified Hand Therapist or an occupational or physical therapist who has specialized skilled in the evaluation and management of hand and arm injuries
Low-vision therapy enables the person with visual impairment to safely and independently complete the daily living
For patients who require custom splints to promote healing and provide protection of soft tissue or joint conditions, provide support and improve function when movement is weak or limited , and prevent or correct deformities caused by contractures.
The Cognitive Therapy Program at Griffin Hospital helps make it easier for you to do the daily activities you want or need to do. Treatment activities focus on maximizing cognitive function such as memory and increasing safety in performing mobility activities and ADLs (Activities of Daily Living).
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