Who We Serve

 

O'Connor OT primarily serves persons with brain injury, spinal cord injury or other catastrophic injuries. We provide outpatient OT in our fully accessible studio clinic, and we serve the Capital City region for home & community based therapy, where some of the greatest challenges and the most rewarding accomplishments occur. 
 
 
 

Gender

63%

Male

37%

Female

 

 

Age

8%

3-24 years

 

 

30%

25-39 years

 

 

42%

40-64 years

 

 

20%

65+ years

 

 

Primary Diagnosis

63%

Traumatic Brain Injury or Acquired Brain Injury

 

 

14%

Spinal Cord Injury

 

 

15%

Amputation and / or multiple trauma

 

 

8%

other Neurological or Mental Health diagnosis

 

 

Reason for Referral

22%

Evaluation and Recommendations

 

 

36%

Home Modifications Evaluation

 

 

42%

Occupational Therapy treatment

 

 

Location of Occupational Therapy

91%

Home / Community

 

 

9%

OT Clinic / Studio

 

 

Outcome Measure at Discharge

93% Yes!

Yes - Patients demonstrate functional progress at Discharge compared to Admission (as measured by individual's goal achievement)

 

 

The cumulative data on this page is of unduplicated (141) persons served since O'Connor Occupational Therapy Services, PLLC was established in 2011.                                                  Data cumulative through June 25, 2018.

Open House July 26

 

 

Open House

Thursday July 26th

5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

 

O’Connor Occupational Therapy Services, PLLC is proud to announce program growth, expanded treatment space and new partnership as Old Town Rehabilitation Collaborative with Chris Sovey, DPT, BSN, RN, Healthy Consumer Physical Therapy.

 

Old Town Rehabilitation Collaborative’s shared space serves patients and families with ample designated handicapped parking, wheelchair accessible elevator, and patient access to fully accessible studio clinic. 

 

Join us! Old Town Rehabilitation Collaborative’s Open House Thursday July 26, 2018 5:30pm-7:30pm with demonstrations, refreshments, and door prizes from Old Town merchants.

 

Link to Open House information

 

 

 

The Celtic Maze pattern symbolizes the journey of life and the path of experience, & learning.  It symbolizes that there are twists, and turns, the challenges and obstacles in life, but that there are always open doors.

O’Connor Occupational Therapy Opens Doors to opportunities for individuals to live safely and independently in their community through RehabilitationEducation, and Adaptation.

517-881-1302 michael@oconnorot.com
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