What we do. O'Connor OT implements a functional strength-based approach that incorporates the person's priorities and choice in individualized, goal-directed treatment for functional solutions to maximize independence within their home and community environments.
Who we Serve. Rehabilitation and recovery from catastrophic injury truly begins when the person leaves the hospital or the rehab setting. Individualized evaluations and goal-directed treatment are functionally based and meaningful to the patient’s and family’s needs.
Where we Serve. Home and community is the setting of some of the greatest challenges as well as the most rewarding accomplishments. Treatment in this functional setting allows us to identify and utilize realistic solutions to barriers that exist.
Education to individuals, families, caregivers, and the community on topics of safety and prevention, adaptive techniques, compensatory strategies and modifications, brain injury awareness, and available resources.
Home Evaluations for Modifications with sensitivity to the needs of older adults who wish to remain in their home as independently as possible, as well as modifications for temporary or long term disabilities.
Old Town Medical Arts Building allows us to serve patients and families with ample designated handicapped parking, wheelchair accessible elevator, and patient access to a public gym fully equipped for cardiovascular and strengthening exercise.
Legislative watch. O'Connor is active in State associations to advocate on isuses related to Occupational Therapy and the patients and families we serve.
Michael Patrick O’Connor has worked in the field of rehabilitation since 1988. He completed a bachelor of science degree in Occupational Therapy with a minor in Gerontology from Eastern Michigan University in 1994
Opening Doors to opportunities for individuals to live safely and independently in their community through Rehabilitation, Education, and Adaptation.