LiveLife Therapy Solutions, Inc offers:
We can adapt our procedures to the needs of the people we meet, whether they are interested in home modifications, mobility, or Electronic Aids for Daily Living (EADLs), for example; they are in the pediatric, transition, adult, or senior age groups; or they have individual cultural considerations.
With over 20 years of combined experience in assistive technology (AT), our team of occupational therapists (OT’s), physical therapists (PT’s), speech therapists (ST’s), AT experts, nurses, and engineers understands the benefits of AT and that hands-on learning provides the most knowledge retention.
We have a strong desire to see people of all abilities thrive in their community and increase their independence by using AT at home, at work, in their neighborhoods, and across their lives.
At No Cost
Our consultation services for those who qualify are covered completely by the Minnesota Department of Human Services Disability Services Division AT case consultation grant. While this grant does not cover purchasing AT devices or solutions, we will work with the individual to identify appropriate funding sources.
About Sue Redepenning
Sue Redepenning is the program manager for Technology for HOME. She has been an OT for 20 years working in a variety of rehabilitation settings, including acute and home health settings. She has run two businesses of her own with regard to occupational therapy: one selling adapted products from 1998 to 2000, and the other providing driver’s rehabilitation and AT services from 2001 to 2005. She has worked with all age groups and a variety of disabilities. She is a licensed OT and a licensed driving instructor in Minnesota. She is trained in Functional Capacity Evaluations and Ergonomics for Evaluations and Training. Redepenning has presented at local and national conferences on a variety of subjects related to occupational therapy and/or AT. She wrote a book on the OT’s role in driver’s rehabilitation for the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) in 2005. Also, she collaborated on a chapter for a national book on Driver’s Rehabilitation across all professions and was on the Lead Panel of Experts for AOTA’s Driver’s initiative in 2004. Redepenning is an active member of the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) and was the chair of RESNA’s Occupational Therapy Group, managing the group’s listserv and the projects from 2010 to 2012.