South County Home Health Occupational Therapy


Sometimes a stroke, illness, or injury can impact your fine motor skills and your ability to take care of yourself. Occupational therapy can help you or a loved one regain the ability to perform everyday activities, such as eating, dressing, grooming and performing household tasks. South County Home Health occupational therapists visit you at home to help you to:

  • Adapt your day-to-day routine to meet your abilities after an injury or stroke.
  • Improve fine motor skills so that buttoning a shirt, putting on shoes, or cutting food becomes easier.
  • Learn to use strategies or specially designed equipment that will help you to complete basic tasks and activities of daily living safely.
  • Speed recovery after surgery through exercises and positioning programs.

South County Home Health occupational therapists will work with you to develop a specialized plan that meets your needs, and work with you to relearn motor skills and achieve maximum independence with daily living.

Tell your doctor you want South County Home Health Rehabilitation Programs. For more information call South County Home Health at 401 782-0500.

Rehabilitation for those with Parkinson's Disease and Neural Conditions

South County Home Health offers both physical/occupational therapy (LSVT BIG) and speech therapy (LSVT LOUD) programs for individuals with Parkinson's Disease or other neural conditions. South County Home Health staff are certified professionals in the LSVT BIG and LOUD programs. Learn more.