O'Connor Occupational Therapy implements a functional strength-based approach that incorporates the person's priorities and choice in individualized, goal-directed treatment to optimize functional independence.
Education to persons served, their families, caregivers, on topics of adaptive echniques, compensatory strategies. O'Connor provides community education on topics of safety and prevention, and brain injury education.
Adpative techniques and compensatory strategies for physical and cognitive functioning incorporate high-tech and "high-touch" functional solutions to maximize independence within home and community environments.
We serve the Capital City region for Home & Community based therapy, where some of the greatest challenges and the most rewarding accomplishments occur. We offer outpatient OT in our fully accessible clinic and fitness center.
Michael Patrick O’Connor, OTRL, CAPS, CBIST, of O’Connor Occupational Therapy Services, PLLC, has been presented with the Brain Injury Association of Michigan’s 2017 Chairman’s Award for his volunteerism with the Capital Area Chapter Support Group of the Brain Injury Association and educating professionals and families about brain injury.
O’Connor was recognized on May 6, 2017 by the Brain Injury Association of Michigan’s Board of Directors, at the Annual Meeting of Members. O’Connor Occupational Therapy Services, PLLC, located in Lansing’s Old Town, established in 2011, provides outpatient, home, and community based rehabilitation for persons with a primary diagnosis of brain injury, spinal cord injury or other catastrophic injury. O’Connor has worked in the field of rehabilitation since 1988, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy and a minor in Gerontology from Eastern Michigan University, 1994.
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