The goal of occupational therapy is to achieve the greatest possible autonomy and quality of life of the patient in everyday life.
This is achieved by:
- regaining of lost abilities
- the promotion and preservation of existing skills and their optimal use as well
- the development of compensation options in case of loss of the certain function
In addition, computer-assisted therapies are offered with state-of-the-art devices such as the Amadeo, Pablo Plus System and Bi Manu Track.
- training of sensorimotor skills (coarse and fine motor skills, coordination, sensitivity, balance, endurance, muscle strength)
- neurodynamic treatment
- myofascial integration
- neuropsychological training (neglect, apraxia, spatial-constructive disorders) and cognitive training (concentration, memory, attention)
- aid advice, care and training
- rail supply and control
- wheelchair care and training
- pain relieving measures
- self-help training, improvement of everyday skills (personal hygiene, dressing and undressing, eating, household)
- family counseling