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B.A.; MScOT; OT Reg. (SK)

Jessica Orr, the proud owner of Adapt Occupational Therapy, created this business to enable independence and enhance the quality of life in individuals with a range of health concerns. 

Originally from a small town in Saskatchewan, Jessica moved to Edmonton in 2015 to complete her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at the University of Alberta. Prior to obtaining her degreee, she attended the University of Saskatchewan, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree. Jessica began her career with the Saskatchewan Health Authority in 2017 working with adult and geriatric populations across inpatient, outpatient, community and longer term care settings. 

Jessica's primary interests and specialties for treatment include assessments for home equipment, mobility, wheelchairs/specialized seating, medical grade compression, pressure injuries, fall prevention and independent living. 

Occupational Therapy

Assessment, mobility, injuries, fall prevention and independent living.

Occupational therapy is a type of health care which helps to solve problems that interfere with people's ability to do the things that are important to them. These problems may be the result of injury, disease, aging or the environment. Occupational therapists work with people of all ages to promote health, prevent disability and develop or maintain abilities. Goals are determined by the therapist and the client to be delivered in the context of the client's home environment.


Some examples of how an Occupational Therapist may assist a client:

- by helping the client learn new ways of doing daily tasks (ie: dress with one arm following a stroke)

- by helping the client adapt the materials and/or equipment they use (ie: wheelchairs/walkers)

- by helping to make changes in the clients environment (ie: order equipment to assist with transfers)


The benefits of occupational therapy 

Occupational therapy can benefit people of all ages and abilities. Through client-centered treatment plans, occupational therapists can address a wide range of challenges that a person is experiencing. These may include difficulties in areas of self-care, leisure and productivity due to physical, cognitive, developmental or emotional challenges. 

Adapt Occupational Therapy was created to enhance quality of life and enable independence in everyday living. 

If any of the following apply to you, occupational therapy may be beneficial for you!

Client Services

Step one of your healing journey starts here!

Adapt Occupational Therapy provides assessments throughout the entire Saskatchewan province. 

Due to the variety of distance and time for each location, rates vary.

Please contact us below to receive more information on our appointments options and travel rates.

Initial Assessment

Full 60 minutes

Followup Assessment

30, 45 or 60 minutes

Travel rate

Depends on location and distance required for travel


Contact Me

Given the nature of occupational therapy, all services are community based and take place within the client's residence.

For more information, please fill out the form below or give us a call.

Saskatoon, SK


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