Services

LRSinc is a rehabilitation company offering the following services:

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    Case Management Services
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    Occupational Therapy Services
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    Activities Of Daily Living Assessment
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    Assessment Of Attendant Care Needs
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    Social Work Services
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    Speech And Language Pathology
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    Recreation Therapy Services
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    Rehabilitation Service Workers
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    Individual Placement Assistance Program
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    Ergonomic Assessments
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    Physical Demands Analysis
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    Life Care Plans
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    Transferable Skills Analysis
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    Vocational Evaluation
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    Job Search Skills Program
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Case Management Services
Rehabilitation services are provided to individuals who have been injured or disabled. LRSinc. can assist in developing appropriate medical and vocational rehabilitation plans for these individuals. Our service can ensure an excellent communication between the client, physician, treating practitioners, insurance benefits providers, employer and lawyer. We provide cost effective measures and objective individualized rehabilitation plans which in turn reduces the long term cost of a claim and ensures a successful outcome for the client.
Occupational Therapy Services
Occupational Therapy Services involve as systemic approach to assist clients to regain independence in their activities of daily living and occupation. OTS work with the client to identify, engage and develop rehabilitation plans aimed at improving their overall function and independence in the areas of self-care, household management, work, study and leisure.
Activities Of Daily Living Assessment
A home visit is completed by an Occupational Therapist or a Registered Nurse. Information pertaining to the client’s household activities and responsibilities are documented. Recommendations and a plan are implemented based on the client’s abilities to assist the client with returning to their pre-accident activities of daily living.
Assessment Of Attendant Care Needs
The assessment of attendant care needs, also known as Form 1 is completed by an Occupational Therapist or a Registered Nurse. This assessment outlines the client’s personal needs based on the criteria set up in the legislated Form 1.
Social Work Services
Social Work Services are provided to assist individuals and their families to enhance their individual and collective well-being following an accident, injury or disability. An assessment determines the client’s and family’s needs, followed by rehabilitation interventions that are aimed to provide counselling, education and support while assisting the client to develop their skills and their ability to use their own resources and those of the community to resolve or minimize social and re-integration barriers.
Recreation Therapy Services
Therapeutic recreation is important to a person’s quality of life. With this in mind, this service uses: assessments and tools geared to the client’s recreation and leisure as the primary modality to improve, maintain or prevent decline of physical, social, cognitive, and emotional health; and interventions that are enjoyable, meaningful, focused and based on individual preferences, values and strengths. The recreation therapist strives to remove barriers to recreation and leisure participation; enables clients to continue to pursue their recreational and leisure interests/activities; addresses social needs to help prevent isolation and loneliness; and helps the client adjust to changes in health.
Rehabilitation Service Workers
LRSinc. employs Rehabilitation Service Workers (RSW) to clients under the direction of our experienced, regulated health care professionals, such as Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Registered Nurses, and Social Workers. Our RSWs provide home- or community-based intervention sessions as an adjunct to therapy giving clients increased opportunity to realize their rehabilitation goals in a cost-effective manner.
Speech And Language Pathology
Speech-Language Pathology is a discipline concerned with speech and language communication disorders and swallowing disorders. Our Speech-Language Pathologists work with clients to address cognitive communication challenges, inclusive of difficulties with concentration, memory, understanding language, reading, writing, reasoning, or verbal planning and organization.
Vocational Evaluation
A vocational evaluation includes some vocational testings, client interview, a comprehensive medical file review, as well as incorporates labour market information to provide the best alternative vocational options for the client.
Transferable Skills Analysis
The purpose of the Transferable Skills Analysis is to identify the client’s skills and knowledge areas that would be transferable to alternate occupations. This assessment is based on information gathered from a client interview and vocational quizzes geared to assessing the client’s interests and aptitudes.
Job Search Skills Program
The Job Search Skills Program can be offered to an individual or to a group of people. The purpose of the program is to teach individual(s) strategies and techniques that will enable them to job search effectively and independently, prepare for job interviews, write a cover letter and resume.
Ergonomic Assessments
The Ergonomic Assessment comprises of an on-site evaluation of the client in their respective working environment. The assessment aims to optimize the client’s work environment and promote an ergonomically correct workspace by identifying and minimizing ergonomic risk factors. This assessment includes an education session with the client along with an overview of the client’s function, the daily work tasks and the working environment. The assessment is performed by an Occupational Therapist.
Physical Demands Analysis
An Occupational Therapist attends at the work site to gather objective measurements of the work environment and work demands of an occupation. The assessment includes a review, measurement and data collection relating to the occupation to determine the mobility, dexterity, strength and cognitive requirements of the essential job tasks.
Life Care Plans (Also Known As Future Care Cost)
The Life Care Plan report outlines the life care needs of an individual who has suffered a physical, cognitive and/or psychological impairment as a result of an accident. In preparation of this report, the Life Care Planner works on the premise that the individual must be considered a totally independent individual. Therefore, items and/or services are included that will allow the individual to maintain his independence and a reasonable quality of life.