OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY AT HOME 

Mobile Occupational Therapists at your home in the Greater Toronto Area

We partner exclusively with Registered Occupational Therapists.

Every receipt includes the therapist's provincial registration number,

so you can confidently submit a claim through your private insurance plan 

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Our certified Occupational Therapists come to your home and follow all Toronto Public Health Guidelines.
Most health insurance plans cover occupational therapy, so take advantage of your benefits to maintain optimal health...in the comfort and safety of your own home.
Two ways to request an occupational therapy appointment or home safety assessment in your home:
  1. Email: ​ 
  2. Call or text: 647-691-5150
*NOTE: For your safety, all HealthCasa Mobile Occupational Therapists will be adhering to additional COVID-19 precautions according to Toronto Public Health guidelines.

Occupational Therapy Services and Home Safety Assessments are available 7 days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Greater Toronto Area.

Occupational Therapists are regulated health care professionals who work to enable people of all ages to overcome barriers in their everyday life so they can do more and live a better quality of life.

Our Occupational Therapists  are fully certified with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario and have the expertise to support your specific needs, with Occupational Therapy in your home and Home Safety Assessments.

HOME SAFETY ASSESSMENTS  

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Why do I need a Home Safety Assessment?

  • A home safety assessment is an evaluation of your home to identify and eliminate potential hazards.

  • A HealthCasa Home Safety Assessment will identify repairs and modifications required in your home to minimize risk of falls or other serious accidents causing injury.

  • HealthCasa Occupational Therapists will help you live safely and independently in your own home for as long as possible.

What is included in a Home Safety Assessment?

 

  • Your Occupational Therapist will visit you at home to complete a home safety and accessibility assessment. 

  • The in-home Occupational Therapy assessment includes a comprehensive interview to verify your level of function before you were injured or became ill, a functional assessment and consultation with your family and healthcare team.

  • The Home Safety Assessment may also include home improvement recommendations to help you navigate your environment more securely, such as installing handrails in the bathroom or making sure your house has adequate lighting

  • Your Occupational Therapist will make recommendations for modifications and equipment if necessary and will help facilitate delivery and installation of the necessary equipment to your home. 

  • If required, your Occupational Therapist can visit you at home to ensure that all equipment and supports are safely in place.

  • To help you become as independent as possible during the recovery process, your Occupational Therapist will teach and guide you on how to use the equipment and adaptive strategies.​

  • Your Occupational Therapist will ensure that all your needs are met to achieve a timely recovery in the comfort of your own home. 

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When health related issues such as injury, illness, disability, mental health issues, learning problems or the impacts of aging begin to affect one’s ability to manage the things they need and want to do, an Occupational Therapist can help.

Home

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Occupational Therapist can help you
live at home safely and independently. New techniques and assistive devices or modifications to the home can help to promote independence in activities of daily living such as dressing, bathing or meal preparation.

Work

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Occupational Therapists can help you to go back to work after an illness or injury and can provide both the employee and employer with the support needed to adapt at work.

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Community

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Occupational Therapists can help with accessibility and mobility and assist people in driving again, promote development of social skills and support people to engage and participate in community life.