Occupational Therapists are healthcare professionals who evaluate and treat people from infants to the elderly who have health-related conditions that limit their abilities to function in their various occupations of everyday living. Occupations of everyday living for adults include and involve basic self-care routines, work, parenting, care giving, arm and hand skills, visual and reading skills. Occupations of everyday living for infants and children include and involve feeding, play skills, learning skills, self-help skills, sensory processing, fine and gross motor skills, and social skills.
All Occupational Therapists are graduates of accredited universities and are licensed by the State of Colorado. Current graduates obtain a Master’s Degree.
Services to improve function and independence with daily activities include:
Certified Hand Therapist / Splinting
Training in Activities of Daily Living
Lymphedema/edema treatment and wrapping
Home Safety Evaluations
Cognitive Testing and Treatment
Social Skill Training
Wheelchair Assessments and Fitting
Patient and Family Education
Childhood diseases/congenital anomalies, traumatic injuries
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Auditory processing disorders
Visual Perceptual/Motor Disorders
Sensory Processing Disorders
Fine motor/handwriting difficulties
Primitive Reflex Integration
Orthopedic Clinic for wheelchair and bracing needs
Click the button below to meet the Mountain View Therapy Occupational Team and read their biographies!