Pivot21 Occupational Therapy
IWC delivers Occupational Therapy services as part of its holistic whole-of-person model of care.
Occupational Therapy services are delivered from Building 2 of the IWC Health & Wellbeing Complex, 182 Barolin St, Bundaberg.
About Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapy provides support to people whose health or disability makes it hard for them to do the things they would like to do.
An Occupational Therapist can identify a person's strengths and difficulties, help with solutions, and help them to take part in everyday life.
Occupational Therapy is used when someone is having difficulty with everyday tasks.
Difficulties could include such activities as dressing or getting to the shops, and an Occupational Therapist will help to work out practical solutions for an individual's needs.
Occupational Therapists work with people of any age, including children and older people, to help them do things that ‘occupy’ their time.