Community Occupational Therapy
- Post-Injury Rehabilitation
- Physical injury, mental health, cognitive and/or concussion/brain injury rehabilitation
- Chronic Pain Management
- Graded Exposure Therapy
- ICBC related Occupational Therapy Treatment and Assessment – If you are having difficulties performing personal care activities, activities around your home, returning to work, anxiety or mood changes, occupational therapy can be helpful to overcome these barriers. Talk to your doctor about how occupational therapy services may help you and provide a doctor’s note to your ICBC Claims Specialist for approval.
- Hospital Discharge Assessment and Intervention
- Case Management Services
Rehabilitation Assessment and Return to Work Services
- Return to Work Planning and Monitoring – this service typically requires a job site visit to confirm job duties and demands. If appropriate, a gradual return to work plan will be developed and monitored by the therapist.
- Ergonomic Assessments – an assessment of a workstation or work area to determine if any equipment or changes to the environment would be of benefit to an individual. Education regarding ergonomics and biomechanics may also be provided, if appropriate.
- Job Demands Analysis – a detailed assessment of the job duties and demands of a specific occupation. This assessment takes place directly at the workplace.
- Baseline Functional Assessments – a brief functional assessment that can determine general baseline functional abilities and limitations.
- Functional Capacity Evaluations – a comprehensive one-day or two-day assessment to determine overall physical functional capacity and/or work specific capacity.