ABOUT ROCKET REHAB
Andrew has been a Registered Occupational Therapist (OT) since 2011. He has extensive experience in inpatient, outpatient and community settings, working with patient’s with a wide range of diagnoses, such as neurological diagnoses, musculoskeletal injuries, amputation, and respiratory difficulties. Andrew obtained his BA and MA degrees at York University (Glendon College) in Psychology, and participated in the PhD program. Research focused on biological correlation to cognition and function, and neurological rehabilitation. He obtained his MscOT degree from University of Toronto.
OT Reg. (Ont.)
OT Reg. (Ont.)
Rocket Rehab works primarily with adults:
Working with patients admitted to hospital following a stroke or brain injury to assess and treat cognitive impairment – problems with the ability to think, remember or communicate – to help patients recover from or manage issues related to their condition:
Working with clients to identify and purchase equipment, such as wheelchairs or bathroom safety devices, to ensure clients can safely return to or remain at home when their physical abilities have changed as a result of a condition such as multiple sclerosis or arthritis.
Working with clients, who have experienced a change in their physical or mental abilities, to return to work by adapting how they do their job, what type of job they do or making changes to the workplace environment.