Functional Abilities Evaluations
A Functional Abilities Evaluation (FAE) is a comprehensive assessment of physical and/or cognitive abilities using objective measurable testing. FAEs are most frequently used to evaluate and define an individual’s ability to safely return to work following an accident or illness.
Ergonomics is the science of examining the connection between the job, the environment, and the tools used in an employee’s occupation. Ergonomic assessments can be used as a solution or prevention for musculoskeletal pain or injury.
Vocational Evaluations and Rehabilitation
Vocational Evaluations are an educational process in which an individual obtains greater self and occupational knowledge through participation in work activities designed to evaluate vocational skills, interests, and abilities. Individuals can participate in active therapy designed to develop skills in order to obtain gainful employment.
Progressive Goal Attainment Scale (PGAP)
The Progressive Goal Attainment Program (PGAP) is an evidence-based treatment program for reducing disability associated with pain, depression and other chronic health conditions. The primary goals of the PGAP are to reduce psychosocial barriers to rehabilitation progress, promote re-integration into life-role activities, increase quality of life, and facilitate return-to-work
Pediatric therapy focuses on promoting independence in a child’s activities of daily living. Areas that are frequently addressed include reaching developmental milestones, completing self-care tasks, participation in academic responsibilities and social skills.
Health & Wellness
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