An Occupational Therapist’s goal is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life. This means helping people to safely look after themselves, live independently and have productive lives.
Occupational therapists look at a variety of health related issues including:
We provide Occupational Therapy services to inpatients and the community across the West Coast DHB.
Inpatient Occupational Therapy services are available at Te Nikau Grey Hospital & Manaakitanga mental health unit.
Referrals are generated from medical, nursing and allied health colleagues who identify a need for support during your admission.
Some patients may also require ongoing Occupational Therapy after leaving hospital and will be referred onto our Community team.
Community Occupational Therapists work out of Greymouth, Hokitika and Westport. They work closely with other clinicians within the community health teams, including District Nurses and Physiotherapists.
Referrals are generated from medical (including your GP), nursing and allied health colleagues who identify a need for support during an appointment or your admission.
Ground floor Te Nīkau Grey Hospital & Health Centre, Allied Health Hub, 71 Water Walk Rd
03 769 7400
59 Sewell Street
03 756 9700
Cobden Street, Westport
03 788 9030
03 769 7420
Services are offered Monday to Friday, 8am – 4:30pm
Page last updated: 21 April 2021
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