Adolescent substance abuse affects all aspects of a person’s well-being, including relationships, activity, and community engagement. Occupational therapy offers unique expertise to help people in recovery develop life skills and take next steps on their journey.
Aging and changes in health can impact our ability to perform day-to-day tasks including taking care of ourselves, taking care of our home, and our involvement in activities. Occupational Therapy (OT) is used to help identify ways to remain active at home and in the community.
If you are a cancer survivor and are experiencing changes in thinking, memory, and/or decision-making; get distracted; cannot quite remember something although it’s on the tip of your tongue; occupational therapy may be a good fit for you.
Our community accessibility team examines residential and commercial buildings to evaluate ease of access for persons with a disability. They look at factors such as ramp dimensions, door width, turning radius for a wheelchair, and other contributors to accessibility.
Comprehensive Behavior Intervention for Tics (CBIT) is a non-drug treatment that teaches strategies to clients with tic disorders to help them reduce and better manage tics. CBIT may also benefit persons with Autism and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
As a person ages, it’s natural for abilities to evolve due to physical and mental changes that occur during this stage of life. Often requiring a modified approach to the normal habits and routines of daily living. Our focus is to help older adults live safely and independently.
If you are considering modifying your home for safety, our team of experts can help guide you through the process to make sure your home is as comfortable as it is safe…which will provide you with the peace of mind that comes with knowing it’s done right!
There are three core aspects of vision that play a vital role in a person’s ability to see properly. Visual acuity, visual field, and contrast sensitivity all work together to ensure that your eyes send the correct information to your brain so that your body can process the environment.
One of the first three hand rehabilitation facilities established in the U.S. With over 60 years of experience treating complex and common injuries, Milliken’s occupational, physical and certified hand therapists provide care alongside Washington University Physicians.
Movement disorders can have a large impact on an individual’s functional ability. Following diagnosis, a person may experience cognitive, emotional, or behavioral changes in addition to the physical changes in his/her ability to control movement.