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Occupational Therapy (OT)

Occupational therapy (OT) teaches you how to adapt and perform any tasks whether it be at school, work or home. OT focuses on helping patients improve their daily function and perform daily tasks. Occupational therapists work with people of all ages, from children to seniors. 

Occupational therapy may help recover and maintain your skills if a health condition, injury or illness is making it hard for you to take part in your daily activities. Occupational therapists specialize in the upper limb and treat conditions ranging from a stroke all the way to a fracture of the wrist. If you have any of the following health problems, ask your doctor if OT may help you:

Your Reddy Care therapist will assess and review how you do your daily activities. These daily activities are essential tasks which include: bathing, eating, dressing yourself, going to the bathroom and mobilizing safely. Your occupational therapist will set goals designed for your needs. Your OT can help you improve your motor skills, hand and eye coordination or do tasks in new ways. They can also give recommendations to increase your safety in the home and community, assign exercises to improve endurance and educate you and your family on fall prevention.

Occupational therapists can help make life easier! If you answer “yes” to any of these questions, you are likely a candidate for occupational therapy. 

  1. Do you have trouble doing self-care tasks such as getting dressed?
  2. Do you have difficulty getting in and out of bed? Tub? Car?
  3. Do you need recommendations for home safety equipment, such as grab bars, or a seat for your tub?
  4. Do you have difficulty leaving your home?
  5. Are you having trouble with fine motor skills like handling pills or coins?
  6. Are you having trouble with balance?
  7. Are you having difficulty with cooking and other household duties?

At Reddy Care our occupational therapists can provide treatment in one of our 6 clinics or treat you in your home. Don’t let barriers affect you or a loved one's social, emotional and physical needs. Call us today at Reddy Care Physical and Occupational Therapy to schedule your evaluation appointment.


Great Neck: 475 Northern Blvd., Ste.11, Great Neck, NY 11021

Tel. (516) 829-0030

Farmingdale: 309 North West Dr., Farmingdale, NY 11735

Tel. (516) 420-2900

Woodbury: 150 Woodbury Rd., Woodbury, NY 11797

Tel. (516) 367-1111

Deer Park: 2024 Deer Park Ave., Deer Park, NY 11729

Tel. (631) 243-0247

North Shore Towers: 272-78 Grand Central Pkwy., Floral Park, NY 11005

Tel. (718) 224-8480

Bayside- Aquatic Therapy: 208-32 Cross Island Pkwy., Bayside, NY11360 *Coming Soon*

Tel. (347) 391-5649

In-Home Physical & Occupational Therapy (Home Care): 516-829-0030

*Home therapy servicing Long Island, Queens, Staten Island, Brooklyn, the Bronx & Manhattan*


Reddy Care Physical and Occupational Therapy Reddy Care Physical & Occupational Therapy Reddy Care Physical & Occupational Therapy is an outstanding specialty service providing exceptional care and state-of-the-art treatments for the residents of Farmingdale and Great Neck, New York. The combination of innovative exercise programs, manual therapy, and technology together with the expertise of every member of the team enables Reddy Care Physical & Occupational Therapy to provide services that ensure superior clinical outcomes and consistently high patient satisfaction.

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