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Occupational Therapy

The goal of occupational therapy intervention is to return patients with cognitive and/or physical problems to meaningful activities at work, play and during everyday life routines.

For more information about occupational therapy, browse The American Occupational Therapy Association website: www.aota.org

Physical Therapy

The goal of physical therapy intervention is to correct or improve impairments of the neuromusculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary or integumentary systems that cause movement dysfunctions, functional limitations or disabilities in order to normalize or restore movement and maximize function and independence.

For more information about physical therapy, browse The American Physical Therapy Association website: www.apta.org

Speech/Dysphagia Therapy

The goal of speech language pathology is to improve or correct disorders that impact patients' abilities in feeding/swallowing and/or speech, voice or language.

For more information about speech therapy browse the Speech-Language-Hearing Association website: www.asha.org