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“Occupation is simple and intuitive to the experience of all humans…

The things we do in our life roles

The things we do to be who we are

The things we do to create life and world into all it can become

… however the finer details reveal there is mot to occupation than meets the eye!”

Occupational therapists (OTs) are concerned with promoting health and wellbeing through occupation. Occupations are everyday activities that people do as individuals, in their families and with communities to occupy time and bring meaning and purpose to their life. The main goal of Occupational Therapy is to empower and support people to participate in the activities of everyday life. To reach this outcome, OTs work with clients and their communities to enhance their ability to engage in the occupations they want to, need to or are expected to do; as well as modifying the occupation or the environment to better support the client’s occupational engagement.

 SBH ASSIST Occupational Therapists can help you to identify, plan and work towards to the achievement of your occupational goals. SBH OT’s can do that by supporting you with:

  • Assistive technology (aids and equipment)

    • Assessment and recommendation of assistive technology focusing on independence, safety, quality of life and 

  • Home modifications

    • Assessment and modification of home environment to improve safety and independence

  • Vehicle modification

    • Assessment and recommendation of vehicle modification needs

  • OT driving assessment

    • assessment of your capacity to drive independently

  • Orientation and mobility training

    • Support to increase access to the community

    • Orientation about mobility

  • Support towards studying or training

    • Advocate with educational institutions for the request of reasonable adjustment

    • Support with planning and organization for studying

  • Support towards employment

    • Job assessment

    • Advocate with employers for request of reasonable adjustment

    • Support with planning and organization for working

  • Whole of life personal planning

    • Support with personal organization, such as everyday routine, access and participation in community activities,

  • Access to expertise and funding

    • Assistance with application for prescribed aids and equipment (MASS)

    • Assistance with workplace modifications (Employer Assistance Fund)

    • Support with NDIS request and access

If you would like to access SBH ASSISTS OT services, please contact SBH Queensland today.