Comprehensive Occupational Therapy Analysis
(Personal Injury, Catastrophic)

This detailed analysis of vocational characteristics is compared to current tested/examined work ability and/or the ability to live independently in the community. Before and after injury comparisons are made relative to function, work performance, earning capacity and / or the need for assistance at home, work or in the community. Pain and Suffering can be connected to compensation, with science supporting sensory system dysfunctions as part of our assessment. A Functional Capacity Evaluation is included as part of the Analysis. This full comprehensive analysis identifies the kind of living arrangement (i.e., care 2-24 hours per day) that would best serve the individual.

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Employability Assessment
(Workers’ Compensation, Long-term Disability, Divorce, School)

Includes a Functional Capacity Evaluation plus a detailed medical history, a full standardized vocational evaluation (as recommended by the Colorado State Department of Vocational Rehabilitation) by certified testers, clinical examinations and observations using over 30 different tests, and a vocational analysis of past work according to Department of Labor standards. A final analysis uses all data to determine employability.

Functional Capacity Evaluation
(Social Security, limited data)

A Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) by an occupational therapist is typically used for Social Security Disability or physicians to set restrictions for patients. It includes brief histories, physical demand measures, work posture observations, and academic achievement to compare the patient to average workers.

Cost Analysis

This is a short cut to damages. The medical record usually gives enough information to list anticipated future medical and care costs. Physician letters are helpful. Use alone or as an add-on to any assessment / analysis.

Life Care Plan

A life care plan calculates damages using research related to the medical record, an evaluation of the patient in the clinic and/or at their place of residence to identify future services and costs consistent with any diagnosis / limitation. Use alone or as an add-on to any assessment / analysis.


On-site ADA, Home/Building Modifications, Ergonomic Assessments, Home Evaluation, Monitoring of others’ Evaluations, Record Review, testimony preparation.

New Case consultation, of course, is always free.


Accepted as an expert in every local, Federal, and administrative law court in occupational therapy, as a vocational expert (over 10,000 SSA cases), and/or as a life care planner.

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Occupational Therapy – LifeNet Treatment Clinic

Ongoing occupational therapy to help clients participate in their community through a unique neuro-developmental approach to reconstruct sensory and musculoskeletal systems.

LifeNet Treatment Clinic is a division of O.T. Resources, Inc.

LifeNet Case Examples

Bryan B.: A 26-year-old was living in his car. Post evaluation with LifeNet he got his car fixed, acquired housing and began working for an hourly wage. He secured social security disability and is considering his future as a worker.

Ian H.: An 18-year-old autistic man who is transitioning to work in men’s suits / clothing after he finishes his last year of school. He has been mentored by Men’s apparel experts. Wearing a suit is his life.

Occupational Therapy

The Colorado Occupational Therapy Practice Act (2019) defines Occupational therapy services (a) for the purpose of promoting health and wellness to those who have or are at risk for developing an illness, injury, disease, disorder, condition, impairment, disability, activity limitation, or participation restriction; (b) Occupational therapy addresses the physical, cognitive, psychosocial, sensory, and other aspects of performance in a variety of contexts to support engagement in everyday life activities that affect health, well-being, and quality of life.