Occupational Therapy Assessment

Occupational therapy assessments are used by occupational therapists to measure brain function and subjective reports of difficulties with occupation and daily roles.

Following an initial evaluation, occupational therapists administer a variety of assessments in order to better understand the needs and goals of their patient.

 

These assessments look at the following areas:

  • Attention

  • Executive Functions

  • Memory

  • Vision

  • Fatigue

  • Adjustment to Injury

  • Sleep/Hygiene

The goal of our occupational therapists is to maximize daily function for our patients by personalizing treatment to each client. The evaluation and continued intervention focuses on the improvement of cognitive and visual function after an acquired brain injury. 

Occupational Therapy Assessment Team

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Devon Saltzer, MS, OTR/L, CKTP

Outpatient Therapy Clinical Supervisor

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