What is occupational therapy?
Occupational therapy helps people recover or build skills for daily living like bathing, dressing, cooking, and cleaning. Occupational therapy is also used to evaluate and improve visual-perceptual skills.
Why choose University of Colorado Health for occupational therapy?
At UCHealth facilities in Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland, metro Denver, and Colorado Springs, occupational therapists (OTs) are committed to helping you recover quickly so you become independent and active as soon as possible.
Using the latest treatments and therapies, we work with you to identify the functional skills you need in your daily work and personal life. We then develop customized, patient-centered programs designed to help you complete normal activities like bathing, brushing teeth, and preparing food, without the help of others.