Rehab Options works on behalf of insurance companies, dealing with income protection and permanent and total disability claims, personal injury solicitors and businesses and corporations.

We aim to: facilitate health and well being by minimising the impact of disease or disability; enable recovery and optimum function / occupation, via a restorative and compensatory approach; and provide choice by being able to explore all occupational opportunities.

We believe that occupation provides physical, psychological (e.g. self esteem, sense of achievement, confidence) social and material benefits. Occupation is also part of a well-balanced lifestyle and is integral to well being, because all human beings have an innate drive to produce, achieve and to be involved in purposeful activity.

Essential to the process of restoration is a comprehensive, evidence-based assessment and individualised goal-focused support and facilitation, the aim being to maximise residual functions to enable optimal functional ability.

We undertake individual case management, including functional assessment / problem identification, and co-ordination of implementation of recommendations. We provide occupational analysis, customised graded return to work programmes and preventative education.

How can we help?

Julie Sheard Dip RCOT, CDMP

Rehab Options Limited,
14 Hawkesmead Close
Norton St Philip

01373 832459 download brochure

Rehab Options uses a carefully selected network of occupational therapy professionals to provide an expert, nationwide service...

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Rehab Options' starting point is always to carry out a comprehensive functional assessment. This is undertaken alongside occupational analysis...

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Rehab Options create rehabilitation / return-to-work programmes, including accessing treatment providers and occupational agencies where required...

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Rehab Options Limited Director, Julie Sheard, has practiced as an Occupational Therapist for more than 30 years. She has a wide-ranging experience...

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