Occupational Therapy West Island
Located on the West Island of Montreal, our occupational therapy services will help you get back to your daily activities.
What is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational therapy is a health profession concerned with promoting health and well-being through occupation. Occupation refers to everything that people do during the course of everyday life. The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the occupations which give meaning and purpose to their lives. Occupational therapists may assume different roles such as advising on health risks in the workplace, safe driving for older adults, and programs to promote mental health for youth.
An occupational therapist is a University graduate with a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited occupational therapy program, recognized and ascribed by L’Ordre professionnel des ergothérapeutes du Quebec , allowing them to practice occupational therapy in the Province.
Our Occupational Therapy services include:
• Driving Assessments
Occupational Therapy Team
Manola Jessica Courtois, B.Sc., M.Sc A. OT., completed her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at McGill University. Jessica’s clinical experiences include administering assessments and interventions with adults and children experiencing a wide variety of medical conditions in acute care settings, rehabilitation centers and private clinics. She is especially interested to work with adults and their families. She is motivated in helping adults returning to meaningful occupations in all parts of their lives. Jessica is committed in implementing evidence based practice behaviors. This strong interest has led her to take many specialized therapy courses providing her creative and customized treatment strategies. She also developed additional knowledge in specialized equipment to optimize participation at home, at work and in different occupations or activities.
Cappino is certified to provide occupational therapy treatments to clients covered by CSST and SAAQ.