Occupational therapy services

Occupational therapy services support adults with physical disabilities who are living in the community to live as independently as possible and remain at home.

Occupational therapy is a diverse service, working with a very wide range of people. Services can be provided for adults whose disabilities may have been caused by physical or psychological illness, ageing or accident. By helping individuals with day-to-day living and assisting their carers, occupational therapists aim to enable them to reach their maximum level of function and independence in all aspects of life.

Occupational therapists can work in any of the following areas:

  • physical rehabilitation
  • mental health services
  • learning disability services
  • primary care
  • paediatrics
  • environmental adaptations and equipment for daily living
  • care management

Eligibility criteria and referrals

For details of eligibility criteria and referrals, see Milton Keynes Community Occupational Therapy Service.

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