Disability/Rehabilitation Related Occupational Therapy

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    Programs that are designed to help patients who have autism or another disability or have been disabled by a stroke, heart attack, arthritis, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, hip replacements or other surgeries, a chronic disease or other illnesses or injuries to restore or reinforce fine motor and other performance skills that are essential for activities of daily living. Therapy may include tasks to strengthen weak muscles and improve such skills as coordination, visual perception, body mechanics, equilibrium and endurance for standing and sitting. Practitioners helping people with autism may adjust tasks and conditions to match their needs and abilities which may include adapting the environment to minimize external distractions, finding specially designed computer software that facilitates communication, or identifying skills they need to accomplish tasks.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Allied Services - Mt. Pocono Rehabilitation CenterOffers transitional rehabilitative therapy on an outpatient basis. Physical therapy & occupational therapy Specialty Programs include therapy for: neurologic issues, back and neck, hand/upper extremity balance, attention and memory, orthopedic, speech pathology, fitness, functional capacity evaluations (FCE).MonroeAllied Services - Mt. Pocono Rehabilitation CenterAllied Services
    Bayada Home Health Care (Haverford)Bayada Home Health Care provides nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, hospice, respite and assistive care services to people of all ages in the comfort of their homes.DelawareMain Line Area OfficeBayada Home Health Care
    Bayada Home Health Care (King of Prussia)Bayada Home Health Care provides nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, hospice, respite and assistive care services to people of all ages in the comfort of their homes.MontgomeryBayada Nurses - Montgomery; King of PrussiaBayada Home Health Care
    Bayada Home Health Care (Media)Bayada Home Health Care provides nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, hospice, respite and assistive care services to people of all ages in the comfort of their homes.DelawareMedia OfficeBayada Home Health Care
    Bayada Home Health Care (Newtown Square)Bayada Home Health Care provides nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, hospice, respite and assistive care services to people of all ages in the comfort of their homes.DelawareNewtown Square OfficeBayada Home Health Care
    Bayada Home Health Care (Philadelphia)Bayada Home Health Care provides nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, hospice, respite and assistive care services to people of all ages in the comfort of their homes.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia OfficeBayada Home Health Care
    Clarion Forest VNA - Occupational TherapyTreatment based on utilization of activities calculated to encourage the disabled patient to contribute to their own recovery. The ultimate goal is for the patient to participate as independently as possible in his activities of daily living.ClarionClarion Forest VNAClarion Forest VNA
    Cori's Place-Motor Skills ProgramWe work on gross motor skills and fine motor skills through exercise, crafting, and a variety of manipulitives.LuzerneCori's PlaceCori's Place
    Dresher Hill Health and Rehabilitation Center - Full Cycle Rehabilitation ProgramDresher Hill Health and Rehabilitation Center offers a Full Cycle Rehabilitation Program from the time each individual is admitted to our facility through the day they are discharged. Full Cycle Rehabilitation Programs include the following: - Physical Therapy - Occupational Therapy - Speech PathologyMontgomeryDresher Hill Health and Rehabilitation Center - Montgomery; Fort WashingtonDresher Hill Health and Rehabilitation Center
    Futures Rehabilitation CenterProvides vocational and activity services. Extended employment centers, supported employment agency, adult training facility, adult day care center, and community mobile services offer opportunities for independence and community integration.McKeanFutures Rehabilitation CenterFutures Rehabilitation Center
    Helping Hands SocietyThe Helping Hands Society is a non-profit agency which believes in the creed that all persons with handicaps regardless of race, age, type of handicap, financial status, or place of residence are entitled to the services needed for maximum development of their potential as accepting and contributing members of society. The Society was founded in 1924 and legally incorporated in 1927. Since the inception, the Society has expanded to such a degree that it now provides a host of services for handicaps of all ages, types and classification. The Society can assure services for people with disabilities whose demographic characteristics such as: ethnicity, age, religion, gender, marital status, and cultural background are largely representative of the general population in the territories served, and that these services will be provided regardless of a person's financial status and that those services are of best quality, provided by proven and properly certified specialists.LuzerneHelping Hands SocietyHelping Hands Society
    INVO Healthcare, Early Intervention Services, York and AdamsInvo Healthcare Early Intervention provides services to families of infants and toddlers age birth to 3 with developmental delays. The services are designed to support the family’s concerns by partnering to enhance a child’s development throughout daily routines in the home and in the community. Services include: Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Pathology, Special Instruction and Special Instruction BehaviorBucksINVO Healthcare, Early Intervention Services, York and AdamsINVO Healthcare Associates llc
    Kardon Institute for Arts Therapy - Individual SessionsBefore starting a program, all clients have an hour long assessment. A therapist spends time with each individual prior to entering the program in order to assess his/her interests, talents, and skills. Observations and recommendations are then discussed and an individualized program is created which may be 30, 45 or 60 minutes in length depending on the skill level and/or attention span of the individual. Hours vary at each location. Generally, sessions are available Monday through Thursday and Saturday.PhiladelphiaKardon Institute for Arts Therapy - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaKardon Institute for Arts Therapy
    Lewisburg Home Health - Occupational TherapyOccupational therapists utilize a variety of techniques, including therapeutic exercises and muscle re-education, to enhance the body's ability to recover after an illness or injury.UnionLewisburg Home HealthVNA Health System
    Melmark - Ancillary Services and Healthcare SupportMelmark provides a range of medical and healthcare services, including 24-hour nursing, as well as ancillary services supported by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals. Whatever healthcare issues arise, Melmark is prepared to address them comprehensively and completely. Melmark staff recognize the important relationship between social development, recreational, and athletic activities. Well equipped for a variety of activities, Melmark facilities include a multi-service recreation center, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, interactive playgrounds, a large gymnasium, and state-of- the-art physical, occupational, music, art, and speech therapy areas. These provide individuals the space in which to move, have fun, learn, and play. Our 80-acre campus allows for a variety of outdoor learning activities such as gardening, therapeutic horseback riding (Hippotherapy) in outdoor and indoor arenas, and many athletic activities. In addition, residents visit the surrounding community regularly for shopping, exercise, and entertainment. Campus-Based Ancillary Services: Speech & language therapy. Occupational therapy & multi-sensory integration. Physical therapy. Rehabilitation and recovery centers. Therapeutic horseback riding (in coordination with OT & PT). Animal-assisted activities. Adaptive physical education. Aquatics instruction and recreation. Music instruction and performance. The Multi-disciplinary Team: Certified special education teachers. Board-certified behavior analysts. Licensed clinical psychologists. Licensed clinical social workers. Licensed PT, OT, and speech therapists. Master’s and doctoral-level therapists. Registered nurses and certified nurse practitioner. Physicians dental, vision, audiology, and podiatry specialists on- site weekdays; on-call 24 hours. Psychiatric and psychological services. Feeding and nutrition specialists.Chester*Main Site (Melmark)Melmark
    Recreational Therapy-St.Joseph's CenterRecreation Therapy is an activity-based intervention that promotes the independent physical, cognitive, emotional and social functioning of people with disabilities. Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists use technology, motor and sensory programs, in both individual and group settings, to enhance current skills and facilitate the establishment of new skills for daily living and community functioning.LackawannaOutpatient TherapySt. Joseph's Center
    UPMC Susquehanna - Home Care and Hospice - Rehabilitation and Occupational TherapyOccupational therapists help patients restore their independence with daily living skills such as bathing, dressing, preparing meals and using home medical equipment. LycomingUPMC Susquehanna Home Care and HospiceUPMC Susquehanna
    VNA Health System - Occupational TherapyNorthumberlandVNA Health SystemVNA Health System

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