OnPointe At Home’s multi-generational experience across the healthcare continuum gives us an unmatched and intimate understanding of each patient and their specific needs.

Our team uses an all-inclusive intake process and follows precise protocols in order to learn about each patient’s individual journey. Understanding where they’ve been and where they want to go enables us to best help them with where they are now. Our Transitional Care Method – which includes a group of transitional nurses who closely monitor each patient – helps our patients and their families understand what to expect from us at each step in the process of their care, based on their individual health management plan.

When performing everyday tasks have become challenging or near impossible because of injury, illness, or the effects of aging, OnPointe At Home can help. We can provide the expert care and occupational therapy that is essential to help you or a loved one rise above these difficulties by adapting to lost or impaired abilities or by teaching you new skills. Our friendly, experienced and kindhearted in-home occupational therapists provide the assistance, support and structure to help patients regain their independence and maintain the best possible health.

What is an Occupational Therapist?

All OnPointe At Home occupational therapists are specially trained to help patients with the activities and work skills essential for a self-sufficient and rewarding quality of life. Such skills and activities may include: self-care, work or school duties, and leisure activities. Occupational therapists in general work with patients from all age groups who have a disabilities, illnesses, injuries, or neurological disorders that limit their individual cognitive, emotional, or physical potential.

Occupational therapy can help individuals suffering from or coping with the following conditions:

  • Accident Injury
  • Arthritis
  • Declining Memory or Physical Abilities
  • Difficulty with Self-Care
  • Heart Attack
  • Mental Illness
  • Physical Disability
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Stroke
  • Total Joint Replacement

Through methodical education, support and training, many of our patients learn how to acclimate to a situation and/or compensate for a lost or impaired ability, not just in order to survive, but in order to thrive in their daily lives.

To get a customized occupational therapy treatment plan and the attention that is needed to suit you or your loved one’s circumstances, contact us today.