Occupational Therapy Service

The Occupational Therapy Service is concerned with promoting health and well-being of a senior citizen through occupation. The primary goal of this service is to enable a senior citizen participate in the activities of everyday life. This outcome is achieved by working with a senior citizen and communities to enhance their ability to engage in the occupations they want or need to, else by modifying the environment to better support their occupational engagement.


An Assessment and Evaluation of Health and Basic Skills.

Planning and Implementation of Therapeutic Programmes.

Review of Therapeutic Programmes


General eligibility criteria:

  • A senior citizen over 60 years of age
  • Residing in a Government Residential Home or forming part of the Public Private Partnership Scheme
  • Who is living in the community whilst suffering from some form of disability and is unable to make use of other services in the community due to ill health


General documentation:

  • Medical Report signed by the general practitioner

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