Occupational Therapy

The goal of Occupational Therapy services is to facilitate the patient’s optimal level of function in all activities of daily living, (ADL), including self-care, feeding, home and community living skills, leisure and pre-vocation/education. The primary objectives include: improving all performance components of ADL, including neuromuscular, oral motor and feeding, sensory, sensori-motor, cognitive, psychosocial and therapeutic adaptations; providing consultation/education, regarding splints, self-care, educational needs, positioning and assistive equipment, range of motion, etc.


For More Information:

Please contact Susan Dubroff, Director of Rehabilitation Services, at 410-578-5224, or sdubroff@mwph.org.

Outpatient appointments and program referrals can be made by calling 410-367-2222.