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Tips for Patients and Caregivers
Occupational therapists work with people whose lives have been interrupted by illness, injury, developmental disability and aging to develop or restore independence with everyday tasks at home, at work and at play.
At Nemaha County Hospital, the Occupational Therapist will evaluate your needs and desires. Together, you will determine specific goals. Then a program will be developed just for you that is designed to increase your independence, safety and confidence.
If a person exhibits one or more of the following symptoms or changes in conditions, he/she could be expected to benefit from Occupational Therapy services:
Stacey graduated from College of Saint Mary in 2007 with her Masters in Occupational Therapy. Stacey has worked in many areas of OT including inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient services, and home health. She is clinically trained as a Lymphedema therapist, works with a variety of injuries including the hand, wrist, and elbow along with neurological injuries of CVA, SCI, and TBI. She LSVT BIG certified and is trained in the Graston Technique, Kinesiotaping, NDT, and Neuro-IFRA. Stacey is married and has 1 daughter and enjoys spending her time with family, scrapbooking, cooking and baking, gardening and canning, as well as hunting.