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Agency-based Occupational Therapist Service

  What is Occupational Therapy?



Occupation as the Means, as the End


Occupational Therapy makes use of clinical assessment, individualized treatments and various media such as therapeutic activities, sensory integration training, assistive device recommendations and environmental modification. Occupational Therapy plays a crucial role to promote the recovery of residents’ physical coordination, sensation, cognitive function and social-emotional abilities. It aims to maximize their independence in self-care, work, and leisure activities as well as to enhance quality of life.


Scope of Services

The following clinical assessment and treatment are provided in response to various needs in different areas of residents with disabilities, including basic activities of daily living (ADL) training, cognitive assessment and training, vocational training, assistive device recommendation and trial, environmental modification and sensory integration.

1. Basic activities of daily living (ADL) assessment and training

 The provision of basic self-care skills assessment and training, including self-feeding, grooming, dressing, toileting and bathing, etc. so as to improve service users’ independent living.  

2. Cognitive Assessment and Training

    Thought standard assessment and personalized training to maintain and/or improve service users’ cognitive function, including attention, memory and other cognitive and perception skills.

3. Vocational Assessment and Training

 The provision of direct work assessment, simulated work training and consultation aim to improve service users’ work competence and to facilitate them in resuming work roles.  

Assistive Device Recommendation and Trial

   Through detailed evaluation of the needs of service users, fabrication and provision of assistive devices and rehabilitation equipment to promote independence and safety in daily living, such as cushions/mattresses, bathing chairs, commode chairs and hoist.

5. Environmental Modification

 The provision of on-site assessment aims to understand the service users ‘ condition and environment, so as to provide direct consultation and environmental modification to facilitate a safe, independent and joyful life.  

6.Sensory Integration Training

   Thought standardized assessment and sensory integration activities to provide appropriate and various sensory stimuli to help service users with autism improve their concentration and participation in daily activities actively.

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