Whether you’re hurting from an injury or suffering from an illness, we’re here to help you get back to living. Our highly trained team of experts wants to work with you and create specialized programs that will engage you in occupations that you want to do, need to do, and are expected to do, enabling you to get back to living.
What To Expect?
What is occupational therapy?
Occupational therapy is a health profession that is client-centered. The goal of occupational therapy is to promote health and well-being through occupations and performing activities of everyday life. This is achieved by modifying the occupation or environment specifically for an individual. Occupational therapists work with people and communities to enable them to do what they want to do, need to do, and are expected to do.
Who are occupational therapists?
Occupational therapists are trained to understand the physical and mental limitations that can be present following an injury or illness. Occupational therapists work collaboratively within the rehabilitation team to support the health and well-being of the individual through the recommendation of preventive or corrective action.
What can you expect when coming to Occupational Concepts?
You can expect a welcoming team of professionals that will listen to your story and find the right program to help you get back to living.
Our facility includes a relaxation room, a quiet assessment room, a confidential space, a lunchroom, a work simulation warehouse, woodworking shop, and an exercise space. You are welcome to bring your own lunch and stay at the facility in the client lunchroom or go out for lunch. Our lunchroom is equipped with a refrigerator, microwave and beverage machine. Clients are welcome to use the lockers for all personal belongings, however Occupational Concepts is not responsible for lost or stolen belongings.
Our Bathurst facility houses the occupational therapists’ offices who deliver their service in the home or workplace.
How to prepare before coming in:
We recommend bringing comfortable clothing (T-shirt, pair of shorts/sweat pants, etc.), and sneakers or work boots. You may also bring a lunch, a list of all medications that you are currently taking, reading glasses (if applicable), and a photo ID.
Please refrain from wearing perfumes/colognes (after-shave) or any other strong scented products as we promote a scent-free work environment.
It’s important to have your short and long term goals in mind when visiting us for the first time. Before coming in, we recommend you start thinking about everyday tasks that you have difficulties completing and the specific barriers that prevent you from completing daily activities.