When Should Your Senior Parent See an Occupational Therapist?

When Should Your Senior Parent See an Occupational Therapist?

August 28, 2016 - 5:38 am
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Wondering if your elderly parent needs Occupational Therapy?


Then download my FREE eBook...it will help you decide.


The TOTAL ABILITY team of occupational therapists and I have provided over 14 years of mobile occupational therapy to seniors at home, special care and nursing homes in Saint John, Fredericton, Moncton, and surrounding communities in New Brunswick.

During this time, we have helped over 750 seniors, many of them veterans.

More and more, the children and spouses of seniors are asking me, when should their loved one see an occupational therapist for help?  Will occupational therapy help their elderly parent stay safe and independent at home? The answer is yes!

Many adults children who live a long distance away from their senior parent, often find getting the right help at the right time for their parent difficult.  I regularly receive phone calls and email from adult children living away looking for help for their senior parent living here in New Brunswick.

As occupational therapists, we believe that older adults should age in a place of their choosing. We also believe older adults should engage in the occupations and daily activities that are meaningful to them in everyday life. We help seniors continue to do the things that are important to them despite the new challenges that aging may bring.

To this end, I have written an eBook, called, When should your senior parent see an occupational therapist. As part of #ChristelGivesBack, you can download it for free.
Use the eBook to decide if you as an older adult can benefit from occupational therapy. Use it as an adult child or spouse to decide if your loved one can use parts occupational therapy help.

Call TOTAL ABILITY today at 506-847-0677 or toll-free 1-877-784-5353 (in New Brunswick), to discuss occupational therapy for your senior parent and the ways occupational therapy can help age in place with safety, independence and joy.

 


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