John had poor fine motor skills, which affected the speed and quality of his printing. As a result, he found it hard to keep up with his school work. OT worked with John to help him improve his fine motor and printing skills.
A sensory processing disorder and learning disability made it difficult for Gregg to perform well in school and make friends. He received weekly therapy to develop sensory processing and now feels more comfortable socially.
Diagnosed with schizophrenia when he was 17, Joel worried employers would judge him before they had a chance to see what he could do. Thanks to the help and encouragement provided by the OT, Joel landed a job.
After recovering from breast cancer, Samara wondered if she would able to manage all the work she had before she got cancer. The OT helped Samara and her employer create a schedule that would ease Samara into her duties at work.
After being admitted to hospital because of a stroke, Sam needed a lot of help with the activities of daily living. The OT found that Sam had “unilateral neglect” and worked with him to develop a plan, including ways to increase his awareness of his left side.