A Tribute to our Occupational Therapists

As an occupational therapist, you are part of a vitally important profession helping people at every stage of life participate in the things they want, and also need, to do.  Through a therapeutic focus on everyday activities, our occupational therapists strive to help our residents stay as independent as possible.  Thank you for your continued support.

Occupational Therapy Month began in 1980 and takes place every April to correspond with the American Occupational Therapy Association's (AOTA) Annual Conference & Expo.

Join us in recognizing our Occupational Therapists!  Left to Right: Felishia Jones and Trevonna Gibbons (not pictured: Peter “Chris” Jones).

Join us in recognizing our Occupational Therapists!  Left to Right: Felishia Jones and Trevonna Gibbons (not pictured: Peter “Chris” Jones).

Check out our Rehab Program Manager, Darlene Brown, showing a demo of how to utilize the sock aid.

Check out our Rehab Program Manager, Darlene Brown, showing a demo of how to utilize the sock aid.

Irma, our receptionist, is checking out "the carrot," which is mainly used for hand contractures.

Irma, our receptionist, is checking out "the carrot," which is mainly used for hand contractures.

Can you guess what the 5 different items are?

Can you guess what the 5 different items are?

Linda utilizes "the carrot."

Linda utilizes "the carrot."