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Occupational Therapy

Wheelchair assessments

Bed assessments

Hand therapy

Home Modifications

Functional Task Retraining

Much More Than Just Therapy

Abundant Living Occupational Therapists are masters of client-centred care. They are a well-rounded team that specialises in helping you achieve independence through specific functional training as well as home modifications and equipment prescription. Our OT's are also highly skilled in providing state-of-the-art hand therapy and can help you achieve great outcomes following surgery or injury. We provide our mobile and telehealth allied Occupational therapy services to the suburbs of Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich, and The Redland bay.

What Can We Help You With


Wheelchair Assessments

Whheelchair assessments to determine the most suitable type of wheelchair for your unique needs and abilities.


Home Modifciations

Home modifications involve adaptations and changes to improve a client's safety, accessibility, and independence in performing daily activities.


Hand Therapy

Hand therapy rehab  focuses on improving the function of the hands and upper extremities through exercises, treatments, and education.


Neck & Shoulder Pain

Involves teaching individuals how to perform daily tasks using techniques and strategies that compensate for their physical, cognitive, or sensory impairments, with the goal of improving their independence and quality of life.

What is Occupational Therapy?

Baby during an occupational therapy

Occupational therapy is a healthcare profession focused on helping individuals participate in daily activities, known as occupations. Helping people with disabilities learn new skills and improve their abilities.


To make daily activities easier and more manageable by using adaptive equipment and modifying their environment to make daily activities easier and more manageable.


Occupational therapists use a variety of interventions to help people achieve their goals, including exercises, adaptive equipment, and assistive technology.

What Does An Occupational Therapist Do?

Common tasks include conducting evaluations to determine the person's abilities, strengths, and areas of difficulty; developing treatment plans based on the individual's goals and needs; and working with the person to improve their physical and cognitive abilities, as well as their ability to perform daily activities.

Occupational therapists must have a strong foundation in anatomy, physiology, and the principles of human development and function.

Better Health Outcomes

Improved Physical Performance

Enhanced Quality Of Life

An occupational therapist helping a person

Are you dealing with persistent pain or limited mobility? Are you recovering from an injury or surgery? Are you sick of not reaching your health goals?

If you are experiencing any of these situations, it may be time to consult an Occupational Therapist at Abundant Living. We can provide you with a comprehensive evaluation, develop a personalized treatment plan, and help you achieve your goals for improved health and wellness.

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