Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational therapy for adults is a form of therapy that helps individuals with physical, cognitive, or mental health conditions regain or improve their ability to participate in meaningful activities of daily living (ADLs), such as bathing, dressing, cooking, and working.

How do I know if I need occupational therapy?

You may benefit from occupational therapy if you have difficulty performing ADLs or participating in activities that are important to you due to a physical, cognitive, or mental health condition.

How can occupational therapy improve my daily life?

Occupational therapy can improve your daily life by helping you regain or improve your ability to perform ADLs, develop new skills or habits, modify your environment to better meet your needs, and reduce your risk of injury or complications related to your condition.

What conditions can occupational therapy help with in adults?

Occupational therapy can help adults with a wide range of conditions, including neurological disorders (e.g., stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease), musculoskeletal disorders (e.g., arthritis, joint replacement), mental health issues (e.g., depression, anxiety), and developmental disabilities (e.g., autism spectrum disorder).

What can I expect during an occupational therapy session for adults?

During an occupational therapy session for adults, you can expect to work with your therapist to develop goals and a treatment plan, learn new skills or strategies, practice exercises or activities to improve your abilities, and receive feedback and guidance from your therapist.

Will my insurance cover occupational therapy for adults?

Most insurance plans cover occupational therapy for adults if it is medically necessary and prescribed by a healthcare provider. However, coverage may vary depending on your plan and specific circumstances.

Can occupational therapy help with mental health issues in adults?

Yes, occupational therapy can help adults with mental health issues by providing strategies and skills to manage symptoms, improve functioning, and engage in meaningful activities.

How long does occupational therapy for adults typically last?

The length of occupational therapy for adults varies depending on your individual needs and goals. Treatment may last for a few weeks or months, or it may be ongoing to help you maintain or improve your abilities over time.

What are the qualifications of an occupational therapist for adults?

Occupational therapists for adults must have a master's degree in occupational therapy, complete supervised clinical experience, and pass a national certification exam. They may also have additional training or certifications in specific areas of practice.

Can occupational therapy be done remotely or virtually for adults?

Yes, occupational therapy can be done remotely or virtually for adults using telehealth or other digital platforms. However, the effectiveness of virtual therapy may vary depending on the individual and their specific needs.

Our team has extensive experience and knowledge in solving complex cases.

We're proud to be the largest team of senior occupational therapy specialists in South East Queensland.

The NDIS considers us reliable and dedicated problem solvers.

We're dedicated to improving quality of life.

We provide mobile occupational therapy services.

We can support you in Brisbane, on the Sunshine Coast & Hinterland, the Moreton Bay Region, Atherton Tablelands, and Gympie.

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To book an appointment with an occupational therapist, please call 07 5220 8909 or submit a referral form below.

General Practitioners can send referrals to:
Fax: 07 5302 6482
Address: Shop 15/102 Burnett St, Buderim

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