Campbell County Health is proud to celebrate National
Occupational Therapy Month this April.
Occupational Therapists Christie Boer, Beth Holden and Angie Laakso, coupled
with Certified Occupational Therapist Assistants Beverly Carlson (not
pictured), Ryan Garman and Taylor Larson provide care at
The Legacy Living and Rehabiliation Center for
short-term rehab patients and long-term care
Lauren Mullaney and
Jamie McIntosh, OTA, provide care at
Rehabilitation Services in the Stocktrail Building, 508 Stocktrail Avenue in Gillette, Wyoming.
For those who don’t know, occupational therapists and occupational
therapy assistants help people of all ages participate in the things they
want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities.
Unlike other professions, occupational therapy helps people function in
all of their environments—for example, at home, work, school and
in the community—as well as addresses the physical, psychological,
and cognitive aspects of their well-being through activities. Services
are available to patients at the
When working with an occupational therapist, individualized plans are created
for problem solving, improved function and support of life activities,
such as bathing, dressing and eating. Through occupational therapy, individuals
develop needed skills, adjust their environment and build health-promoting
habits and routines that will allow them to thrive.
Common occupational therapy interventions include helping children with
disabilities to participate fully in school and social situations, helping
people recovering from injury to regain skills, and providing support
for older adults experiencing physical and cognitive changes.
Rehabilitation Services is the most comprehensive therapy clinic in the region. Contact them today
307.688.8000 or learn more at