Assistance with Independence
Experienced ACA Occupational Therapists help individuals develop strategies to assist with independence in a variety of environments, whether in the home, work place, or while participating in community activities or school.
Occupational therapy starts with a thorough evaluation to determine goals and customize strategies to help improve the individuals ability to perform daily activities and reach their full potential.
Occupational Therapy services may include recommendations for adaptive equipment and training in its use to adapt the environment to the individual.
Guidance and education can be provided for family members and caregivers.
ACA supports a person centered model of service, so the focus stays in line with the wants and the needs of the individuals.