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Rehab Jigsaw

Rehab Jigsaw has a friendly team of experienced private and independent Occupational Therapists working throughout the UK with adults and children who have been affected by injury, illness or ageing. Rehab Jigsaw’s highly skilled private and independent Occupational Therapists are able to undertake assessments of…

Rehab Jigsaw has a friendly team of experienced private and independent Occupational Therapists working throughout the UK with adults and children who have been affected by injury, illness or ageing. Rehab Jigsaw’s highly skilled private and independent Occupational Therapists are able to undertake assessments of a person’s everyday activities, make recommendations for assistive equipment and environmental adaptations, and provide therapy interventions to facilitate rehabilitation. Rehab Jigsaw’s private and independent Occupational Therapists have a variety of specialist backgrounds with significant experience in housing, complex seating solutions, manual handling, hand therapy, treatment and vocational rehabilitation. Rehab Jigsaw also undertakes case management to facilitate and co-ordinate services to maximize a person’s achievement of their optimum personal independence. Rehab Jigsaw accepts referrals from a variety of sources including the person themselves, their families or carers, case managers, solicitors, insurers, charities and housing providers. Rehab Jigsaw works with people to enable them to live a fulfilling life.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Lisa Harrison or Lynne Drumm
Contact Position
Director
Telephone
03333 440783
E-mail
info@rehabjigsaw.co.uk
Website
Rehab Jigsaw

Where to go

Name
Assessments take place at home or in the workplace

Other Details

Additional Information

Providing services to
Children
Young people
Disabled children/young people
Adults
Older people

Last checked on 01/10/2020

Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service

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