FAQs
 01  What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational Therapy (OT) is a client-centered health profession that is concerned with how people function in their roles and how they perform activities, or occupations.  Occupational Therapists use meaningful and purposeful activities to help individuals develop skills, and promote wellness and independence.  Occupational Therapists assess the interaction of the Person-Environment-Occupation (activity) to understand where to focus their treatment plan.  Typically, intervention will involve developing skills and/or accommodating skill challenges to optimize participation and performance.

 

 

 

 02  Where are Your Services Provided?

All of our services are provided in home or the community setting (such as school). Because we recognize the impact the environment has on performance, we believe that supporting the child in their natural environment optimizes their participation in meaningful and purposeful activities.  

 

 

 

 03  Will my Health Insurance Cover Treatment?

We will do our best to work with you to determine whether your insurance company will cover occupational therapy services. Coverage is different for everyone, and must be determined upon an individual client basis.  A discount is offered for private pay.  Please contact Sally Stauffer at 971-222-5360 for more details on cost.

 

 

 

 04  How Do I Get Started?

Please contact us for further information about services.