What is Occupational Therapy?

“Occupational therapy is a profession concerned with promoting health and wellbeing through occupation.

The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life”

World Federation of Occupational Therapists

Who we are

Rehabilitation for Independence is an independent occupational therapy company, offering services to children & adults living with a range of neurological & physical difficulties, throughout the North of England.

What we do

Our highly specialised therapy team provide a client-directed approach to maximise independence.  We offer therapy in a variety of locations including our client’s home, workplace, nurseries, schools, colleges & the community.  We offer a dynamic & holistic approach to our clients, their families & teams which means our therapists will consider all aspects of a client’s life.  We provide a dedicated & high level of service, taking into account our client’s development, social situation & family circumstances.

Latest News

So proud to be part of Bee in the City trail Manchester

6th June 2018
      We are excited to announce that Rehab for Independence will be a part of the Bee in the City trail coming to Manchester in the next few months, one of the city’s biggest ever public art events. The Bee in the City trail will see more than 80 of the super-sized insects […]

Welcoming Michelle Park to the team

4th June 2018
Michelle joins our rapidly growing team, bringing with her years of administrative expertise. Michelle has worked for a case management company for the last 11 years; working hard to provide case management services to adults and children with Acquired Brain Injury and Spinal Injury. Michelle’s role involves liaising with clients and their families, therapy teams, […]

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The very first bee to be created as part of the Bee in the City trail (Image: Eddie Garvey | Manchester Evening News)