Providing highly skilled and caring therapy services to residents of the senior living community.

Learn more about our specialities offered by Fusion Rehab and Wellness!

Occupational Therapy (OT)

OT helps people across the lifespan to do the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of daily activities (occupations). OT enables people of all ages to live life to its fullest by helping them promote health, and prevent—or live better with—injury, illness, or disability.

Think Occupational Therapy When...

-Recent Falls

-Pain

-Difficulty with Self-care (Toileting or Dressing)

-Spillage of Food when Eating

-Difficulty Cutting or Scooping Food

-Decline in Cognition (Memory, Safety, Judgement, Organization)

-Behaviors Due to Cognitive Decline

-Poor Coordination

-Weakness

-Balance Concerns

-Decreased Endurance

-Decreased Social Participation

Physical Therapy (PT)

PT diagnoses physical abnormalities, restores physical function and mobility, maintains physical function, and promotes physical activity and proper function through skilled intervention such as gait training, balance retraining, manual therapy, modality usage, and strength and conditioning.

Think Physical Therapy When...

-Recent Falls

-Pain

-Balance Concerns

-Fear of Falling or Walking

-Weakness

-Dizziness

-Improper Use of Cane or Walker

-Uses Objects for Support ("Furniture Walker")

-Muscle Rigidity

-Difficulty Transferring

-Decreased Endurance

Speech-Language Pathology (SLP)

SLP increases functional communication, cognitive skills, and teaches safe swallowing by introducing diet modifications and special feeding techniques. Treatment may include muscle retraining, compensatory strategies and use of communication devices.

Think Speech Therapy When...

-Swallowing Concerns

-Weight Loss

-Change in Diet Consistency

-Speech Becomes Difficult to Understand

-Poor Voice Control

-Shortness of Breath Limits Conversation

-Decline in Memory

-Gets Lost in Facility

-Difficulty Following Directions

-Difficulty Hearing Conversations

-New Difficulties with Managing Checkbook, Schedule, or Remembering Appointments

-Decline in Recall of Information