Bi-County offers occupational therapy. We function as an interdisciplinary team with speech therapy, as prescribed, to provide children and adults with a holistic approach to treatment. It is our goal to increase the safe, functional independence of our clients. Occupational therapy focuses on patients that have difficulties with: handwriting, fine and gross motor deficits, difficulties with self-care skills and activities of daily living, decreased play or social skills, decreased task attention and/or follow through at school, work, or at home. Treatment techniques/modalities concentrate on but are not limited to: sensory integration; play therapy; behavior modification; activities of daily living; environmental control devices; school, vocational and home evaluations; and community integration. 

Fun Occupational Therapy Techniques

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some of our Treatment techniques/modalities include:

Sensory Integration

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The processes in the brain that allow us to take information we receive from our 5 senses, organize it, and respond appropriately. 

Play Therapy

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Play therapy can improve social and emotional skills, help with thinking in different ways, increase language or communication skills, and expand the ways one plays with toys and relates to other people. 

Behavior Modification

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A therapeutic approach designed to change a particular undesirable negative behavior. By using a system of positive or negative consequences, an individual learns the correct set of responses for any given stimulus. 

Activities of Daily Living

Activities of daily living are routine activities people do every day without assistance. The following are the six basic Activities of Daily Living (ADL)

  • Eating
  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Toileting (being able to get on and off the toilet and perform personal hygiene functions)
  • Transferring (being able to get in and out of bed or a chair without assistance)
  • Maintaining continence (being able to control bladder and bowel functions

School, Vocational and Home Evaluations

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 We offer evaluations in your place of residency or education. Our focus is on our patients getting their necessary treatment.  

Community Integration

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 Community Integration is designed to help persons to optimize their personal, social, and vocational competency to live successfully in the community.  

Community Integration

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Does your child….

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  • Have difficulty paying attention?
  • Have difficulty brushing their hair or teeth?
  • Have difficulty kicking a ball?
  • Have difficulty eating different food textures?
  • Have difficulty holding a pencil?
  • Have difficulty coloring inside the lines?
  • Have difficulty with changes in routine?
  • Have difficulty tolerating loud noises?
  • Have difficulty balancing? 

Does your family member….

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  •  Have difficulty with activities of daily living (grooming, dressing, feeding, and toileting)?
  • Have difficulty with memory?
  • Have difficulty with completing a motor task (transfers, a range of motion, balance, and coordination)?
  • Have difficulty with telling time?
  • Have difficulty with money management?
  • Have difficulty with sensory regulation?
  • Have difficulty with attention? 

Patient Form

 If  you answered "yes" to any of the above questions, please contact Bi-County Therapy for a Occupational Therapy Evaluation and treatment will be recommended as indicated. Call now: 954-312-3449. 

For faster service, please fill out a Patient Intake Form & email a copy of the Rx or referral.