Green Owl Therapy

Occupational Therapy & Case Management Services

Telephone: 01789 413960

Mobile: 07966 573317

  • Case Management

    Case Management is a collaborative process which: assesses, plans, implements, co-ordinates, monitors and evaluates the options and services required to meet an individuals health, social care, educational and employment needs, using communication and available resources to promote quality cost effective outcomes.

    (Case Management Society UK)


    Case management is a process devoted to the coordination, rehabilitation, care and support of people with complex, clinical needs. It aims to facilitate their independence and improve their quality of life whilst acknowledging safety issues.

    (British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers)


    A Case Manager will work with an individual, and their family, by providing practical support and information.  They will assess, plan, implement, co-ordinate, monitor and evaluate all services required to meet an individual’s health, care, social, educational and vocational needs.


    The Case Manager is the link between the individual and other agencies involved in their rehabilitation. Statutory and private agencies are used, thus promoting quality cost effective outcomes throughout the rehabilitation journey.

  • Occupational Therapy

    OT's can provide practical support to facilitate recovery, enabling individuals to live independently whilst achieving optimal level of functioning by overcoming everyday problems and barriers.


    An OT will look at all areas of an individual’s life - home, school/college, workplace, community - and work to enable them to have a sense of purpose and direction.

    Tasks that can be addressed can be within domestic or personal care, leisure pursuits, and work or voluntary activities.


    OT’s work with individuals to identify their strengths and difficulties. Each person centred assessment will be holistic and take into account physical, psychological, social, and environmental factors that prevent an individual from achieving their full potential.


    Following assessment the OT will work with the individual to set realistic and achievable goals, through use of evidence based information and practice, with the aim being to maintain or improve independence. Activities will be analysed and broken down into smaller components that individual’s can work to achieve through use of activity grading, and graded exposure. An OT will also source practical solutions to problems through the use of techniques, strategies and/or aids, equipment and changes to an environment. Such changes can be minor or major modifications and adaptations, designed to reduce restrictions.

  •    - Neurological Rehabilitation

    Experience in treating a range of neurological conditions, including:

    • Acquired brain injury
    • Stroke
    • Parkinson’s Disease
    • Multiple Sclerosis


    For every client a thorough home based assessment will be completed gaining information from the client and their significant others, as well as through observation of the client completing activities of daily living.


    Following assessment we will work with the client to identify needs, set goals, and determine the benefits from ongoing OT treatment:

    • Recommendations on how to adapt the way in which activities are being performed, or to change routines to maximise performance.
    • Recommendations regarding any housing or environmental adaptations to improve function and safety.
    • Recommendations and training on how to use any aids or equipment.


  •    - Functional Rehabilitation

    If you are experiencing difficulties with completing activities of daily living, such as personal care, getting on and off furniture, getting in and out of the bath, shopping, cooking or going back to work due to illness or injury then we can help you improve your independence.


    Experienced in working with a range of medical conditions, including:

    • Joint replacements
    • Arthritis
    • Visual impairment
    • Post surgical recovery


    After assessing you at home we will set goals with you and develop a treatment plan that will work towards maximising your independence and quality of life.

    We can also provide recommendations for aids and adaptations to assist you, such as:

    • Bed and chair raisers
    • Seating
    • Wheelchairs and mobility aids
    • Kitchen aids (perching stools, chopping boards, kettle tippers, trolleys etc)
    • Ramping
    • Bathing aids (shower stools/seats, bath boards/seats/lifts)
    • Grab rails
    • Stair lifts
  •    - Care for the Elderly

    We are experienced with working with the elderly and can work to assist you with:

    • Remaining as independent as possible as you age by maximising safety through risk minimisation.
    • Falls prevention; task simplification and environment modification.
    • Provision of aids and equipment to maintain independence with daily tasks.


  • Benefit Applications

    As an OT and previous Disability Assessor we are able to provide you with support and guidance when faced with the daunting task of filling out a lengthy benefit application pack:

    • Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
    • Personal Independence Payment (PIP)

Discuss your needs

The best way for us to start helping you is to talk about your circumstances and history.

We can then make suggestions and arrange the next step.


Call now: 01789 413 960


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Registered Address: Office 5, Union House, 7-9 Union Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6QT | Company Number: 10273716