Community Therapy Services can assist you in identifying and/or meeting the education needs in your facility or region.
Occupational therapists are university educated health care professionals who enable individuals, groups and communities to develop the means and opportunities to identify, engage in and achieve desired potential in the occupations of life.
Physiotherapists are university educated health care professionals who can help you achieve your highest level of physical functioning (at any stage of life) by providing you with a personalized treatment plan based on your specific needs.
Support & Consultation for Independent Living (SCIL) is a community mental health occupational therapy program provided by Community Therapy Services.
CTS provides fly-in Physiotherapy (PT) services to residents living in several First Nations communities in northern Manitoba.
CTS employs specialists in community care (occupational therapists and physiotherapists) who provide services to clients in Manitoba’s Home Care Program. CTS Referral Form are received from community and hospital based case managers, physicians, hospital rehabilitation departments and directly from clients and their families through Home Care Central Intake.
Long Term Care (Personal Care Homes)
CTS employs specialists in long term care (occupational therapists and physiotherapists) who provide consultation services in Personal Care Homes (nursing homes) throughout Manitoba.
CTS employs specialists (occupational therapists) who provide services to persons with mental illness living in the community in a number of different settings.
First Nations Physiotherapy
CTS employs specialists (physiotherapists) who provide services to residents living in several First Nations Communities in Northern and Central Manitoba. This is predominantly a Fly-In service as most communities are inaccessible by road most of the year.
Northern Health Region
CTS has provided services (occupational therapy) to students in the elementary school system.