Occupational therapy to help you regain independence and return to home, work, and other activities.

Your occupational therapist (OT) will evaluate your condition and discuss your occupational therapy goals with you and your family, and then manage your occupational therapy treatment along the way. Your certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA) will conduct your daily therapy sessions, taking you through exercises, helping you learn to use assistive devices, and working with you to regain the ability to care for yourself as independently as possible after your surgery, injury, or weakness following hospitalization.

The focus of occupational therapy is to help you learn to complete necessary everyday tasks — called activities of daily living and instrumental activities of daily living — as you recover.