Are You Seeking Occupational Therapy in Fredericton?
Our occupational therapists in greater Fredericton help people of any age who have a physical, mental, cognitive or developmental injury, illness, disease, disorder or disability.
We help children, adults and seniors develop, recover, or maintain their daily living and work skills.
There are several advantages our Fredericton area clients and people who refer clients to us appreciate about TOTAL ABILITY’s services.
Our occupational therapists (OTs) are mobile. This means we visit a client at home, work or school for the appointment, whether for assessment or treatment. Being on location allows us to understand and develop solutions for a client’s real life environment.
If clients live outside of Fredericton in one of the surrounding communities, they can count on one of our OTs being available to travel to their home, school or office.
Our clients and referral sources appreciate that we respond quickly and can often meet a new client and begin assessment or treatment within a few days of first contact. If you’ve had to wait weeks, even months for an appointment elsewhere, you’ll find our fast response a welcome relief.
Experience counts! Our OTs have between 9 and 30 years of creating life enhancing solutions for clients.
French speaking clients appreciate that several of our OTs speak, read and write French.
Every one of our clients receives individualized assessment and treatment.There is no “one size fits all” approach. Clients love our personal attention to detail.
For private paying clients, your extended health insurance plan may cover occupational therapy, ask for it!
TOTAL ABILITY also has occupational therapists in Moncton, Fredericton and Saint John.
Total Ability Occupational Therapists Have Specialized Training.
The Following List Provides An Overview Of Where We Can Help
- feeding and eating
- fine motor skills
- visual-perceptual skills
- visual-motor skills
- gross motor skills
- motor coordination
- social skills
- fetal alcohol spectrum disorder
- learning disability
- developmental coordination disorder
- attention deﬁcit hyperactive disorder
- sensory processing disorder
- down syndrome
- cerebral palsy
- spina bifida
- muscular dystrophy
- head trauma
- acquired brain injury
- chronic pain
- carpal tunnel syndrome
- repetitive strain injury
- hand injury
- traumatic brain injury
- spinal cord injury
- Parkinson’s disease
- multiple sclerosis
- substance abuse
- Ergonomic Workstation Assessment
- Physical Demands Analysis
- Cognitive Functional Capacity Evaluation
- Pre-employment physical or cognitive demands testing
- Job Site Analysis
- Gradual Return to Work
- Physical or Cognitive Conditioning
- Labour Market Survey
- Functional Capacity Evaluation
One of the greatest joys my team and I experience is seeing the vast improvement so many of our clients and their families experience in their daily lives. What’s gratifying is that increasing the quality of life of our clients often occurs after just a handful of treatments.
Many people who experience the difference of “before and after” occupational therapy often wish they hadn’t waited so long to make the decision to get help.
For people who do not have extended health insurance coverage, occupational therapy is a tax deductible medical expense.
There may be other funding avenues that apply to your situation. For more info on funding, we have an article available on our website.
As with any area concerning your health or that of a family member, you likely have many more questions about how TOTAL ABILITY’s services can help.
I invite you to call me toll free at 877-784-5353. I would be happy to answer your questions.