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Occupational Therapy

We deliver comprehensive and person-centered care to individuals of all ages, focusing on enhancing or maintaining skills for day-to-day activities and overall well-being.



About Us​​

​As integral members of a multidisciplinary team, we collaborate to offer holistic and person-centered care to individuals spanning all age groups. 

Our goal is to enable individuals to overcome the impact of illness, ageing or accidents by improving their ability to perform everyday activities or occupations. We focus on activities or occupations that are important and meaningful to individuals, thereby promoting health and well-being.


Our Services​​

The team is composed of registered occupational therapists and ​occupational therapy assistants, providing services across both inpatient and outpatient settings.


​With the aim of fostering safe and independent participation in daily activities, we collaborate closely with a multidisciplinary team to ensure holistic care for the elderly, including those facing conditions such as Dementia, Frailty, and Parkinson's disease.

Our services include training in daily activities, educating caregivers, making recommendations for home modifications, recommending assistive devices, and supporting active aging and community integration. ​


In collaboration with patients recovering from single or multiple limb or spinal fractures, we empower both patients and caregivers with the necessary knowledge and skills to safely engage in valued activities.

Additionally, we provide prescription and training for assistive devices, including elevating wheelchairs, while ensuring strict adherence to any weight-bearing or post-operative restrictions.​


We provide therapy for clients with various conditions affecting physical, cognitive, sensory, and perceptual functions. This includes neurological conditions such as stroke, head injury, Parkinson's disease, and spinal cord injury. Our goal is to help individuals function more independently and participate meaningfully in chosen activities.

Upper Limb and Hand

We specialise in rehabilitating the hands, wrists, and upper limbs. Our occupational therapists collaborate closely with individuals to enhance the functionality of the upper limb and hand. Our goal is to help individuals engage in activities that are significant to them, especially after an injury or due to a chronic condition.

Mental Health and Wellness

Occupational Therapy empowers patients and caregivers by offering therapy to enhance the functional abilities of clients with psychiatric, emotional, and behavioural challenges. We also provide therapeutic support to assist patients in their recovery journey towards community independence, enabling them to perform work, activities of daily living, and leisure.​

We offer treatments for both inpatients, outpatients and community settings:

For inpatients

Activities of Daily Living (re)training, assistive equipment prescription and training, caregiver training, home and activity modifications, including:

  • Cognitive rehabilitation
  • Geriatric rehabilitation
  • Neurological rehabilitation
  • Orthopaedic rehabilitation
  • Hand and upper limb rehabilitation
  • Stress and emotional management

For outpatients

  • ​Geriatric rehabilitation
  • Neurological rehabilitation
  • Hand and upper limb rehabilitation
  • Splint fabrication
  • Functional capacity evaluation
  • Motorised mobility assessment and training
  • Stress and emotional management

For community

  • ​Geriatric rehabilitation
  • Neurological rehabilitation

​What occurs during an occupational therapy session?

To plan your rehabilitation and address your concerns, your occupational therapist will inquire about your lifestyle, how you have been coping with your health condition and your goals.

Following this, a physical examination will be conducted to better understand your situation and determine suitable interventions. Your therapist will conduct a functional assessment, and/or cognitive assessment to evaluate areas of intervention.​

Subsequently, the occupational therapist will collaborate with you to create a personalized rehabilitation plan with goals to manage your condition. This plan may include a combination of therapeutic activities, lifestyle modifications, and self-management strategies for both short and long-term objectives aimed at your rehabilitation.​

Which treatments are commonly utilised in occupational therapy sessions?

Common treatment objectives include addressing the following:

  • Optimise function and ability to perform daily tasks
  • Identify and recommend activity/lifestyle/environment modifications
  • Self-management of health condition and health promotion
  • Facilitate return to work and other productive occupations

How can I schedule an appointment for occupational therapy?​

All outpatient occupational therapy sessions are scheduled by appointment only.

  • ​​Occupational therapy sessions usually run for 30 to 40 minutes, with initial visits extending up to 60 minutes.
  • Please arrive at least 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment for registration.
  • To cancel or reschedule your appointment, please contact our appointment hotline (Tel: 6363 8000).
  • Note that patients arriving late for appointments may be seen at our discretion or may need to reschedule.

What is the recommended attire for the appointment?

Hands Outpatient Setting: Please wear a comfortable shirt which can easily expose the area of injury.
Other Outpatient Specialties: Please wear a comfortable shirt.

Is it possible for me to accompany my family member to their appointment?

Certainly, you are welcome to accompany your family member, especially if they have mobility issues. Occasionally, family members may be requested to wait in the designated area until the session is concluded. This is done to ensure the safety of patients undergoing rehabilitation in our clinics and to prevent overcrowding. Your understanding in this matter is greatly appreciated.