Occupational Reactivation

Occupational reactivation

CVE’s team of Occupational Therapists will perform specific evaluations to create programs which can help prevent relapse as well as assist individuals to return to gainful employment, volunteer work, school or activities of daily living utilizing a variety of tools and intervention techniques.

Strategies and intervention used include:

  • Psycho-educational
  • Develop master of illness (self-management skills and recovery)
  • Pain management and coping
  • Training with stigma countering and disclosure strategies
  • Context specific social skills and skills in social networking development
  • Help maintain communication with family and peers

Help develop a health and wellness daily routine

Occupational Therapy Services also include:

  • In Home Activities of Daily Living Assessments (both Section 44 & 25)
  • Housekeeping and Home Maintenance Benefits
  • Caregiving Benefits
  • Non-Earner benefits
  • Attendant Care/Form 1 Completion
  • Hospital Discharge Planning
  • Pre-claim Evaluations
  • Gradual/Modified Return to Work Planning
  • Assistive Device Implementation and Education
  • Driving Assessment
  • OCF 18/22 Dispute Assessments