Get Help. Get Better. Ask for OT.

After a motor-vehicle accident (MVA), occupational therapists can help you put the pieces together that you need to get better.

Occupational therapists provide individualized care that is specific to you, your injuries, and your life. They listen to you and focus their work on your goals and what is meaningful to you.

For nearly 20 years, OT Works! has been helping ICBC clients in their homes and communities get back to the activities they love. OT Works! provides individualized, meaningful rehabilitation for ICBC clients with physical injuries, mental health challenges and brain injuries.

We can help you to get back to living your life after a car accident.

Learn more about how to get started with an OT after an MVA.

What is an OT?

  • Regulated health care professional
  • University educated
  • Focused on Function
  • Helps with physical, cognitive and emotional issues.

What does an OT do?

  • Provides compassionate, individualized and meaningful care
  • Addresses physical, emotional, and cognitive needs
  • Addresses activities of daily life including personal care, work/school, leisure

About OT Works!

  • Serving ICBC clients since 2000
  • Treatment in the Community (workplace, school, gym, home,community)
  • Diverse team of experienced OTs
  • Proven results

No User Fees
OT is fully covered by ICBC

To get an OT you need a referral from your doctor
and ICBC must approve OT involvement.

Once approved, there is no cost to you.

Get Help. Get Better. Ask for OT.

Talk to your doctor if an Occupational Therapy is right for you in your ICBC recovery.


Our therapists work in the community. We see clients in their homes, workplaces and communities. We serve the Vancouver, the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island.

Greater Vancouver & Fraser Valley

  • Greater Vancouver (Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Surrey, North & West Vancouver, Richmond, Delta, White Rock, Port Moody, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Langley, Fort Langley, Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows)
  • Fraser Valley (Mission, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Harrison Lake, Agassiz, Dewdney, Hope)
  • Sea-to-Sky (Squamish, Whistler, Pemberton)

Vancouver Island

  • Victoria (Victoria, Esquimalt, Sooke, East Sooke, Saanich, Sidney, Langford, Colwood, Metchosin)

  • Central Island (Ladysmith, Nanaimo, Parksville, Qualicum Beach, Port Alberni)
  • North Island (Campbell River, Courtney, Comox, Cumberland, Fanny Bay, Nanoose Bay, Union Bay)

The OT Works! Difference

OT Works! provides compassionate, informed, client-centered care. We are committed to personalized and effective treatment that empowers our clients to live fully and completely. As community-based occupational therapists, we meet our clients where there are at: in their workplaces, schools, gyms, homes, and communities.
We value the rich diversity of experiences our clients bring to us and have established rigorous quality standards to ensure they receive the care they deserve. OT Works! takes pride in helping our clients become the best version of themselves.
We help those with physical injuries, such as soft tissue injuries, orthopedic conditions, chronic pain and brain injuries, as well as those dealing with mental health conditions like depression, anxiety and PTSD.
Learn how an OT can assist you in different stages of your recovery.

Get Started with an Occupational Therapist

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How an OT can help after a Motor-Vehicle Accident (MVA)

OT Works! therapists can help ICBC clients throughout the recovery process. Our skilled occupational therapists have successfully helped hundreds of injured people recover from injuries sustained in a motor-vehicle accident.

Personal Care Assistance (PCA)/Homemaking assessment

Cognitive Therapy

Return to work

Chronic Pain

Home Safety (including equipment)

Safe Hospital Discharge

Brain Injury / Concussion

Anxiety & Depression

Physical injuries

Independent home life

Ergonomic Assessment

Driving Anxiety

ICBC Clients Success Stories

OT and ICBC Rehab: Getting Kim Back on Her Feet

ICBC’s Hospital Discharge Program requested an occupational therapist to assist their client, Kim. She had a fractured knee from a motor vehicle accident (MVA) which made it difficult to walk. Kim was concerned that she wouldn’t be able to get around like she used to. But by building a rehabilitation plan with occupational therapy and … Continue reading

OT and ICBC Rehab: Aman’s Positivity

As a busy, young woman, Aman struggled when soft-tissue injuries a motor vehicle accident (MVA) decreased her ability to work and play. She experienced back pain and mood fluctuations that made it difficult to enjoy the things she used to love like cooking and yoga. With goal-oriented occupational therapy, Aman increased her endurance and transformed … Continue reading

OT and ICBC rehab: Emma’s Drive to Explore

When ICBC asked OT Works! for help, Emma was avoiding driving. Her motor vehicle accident (MVA) increased her anxiety and made time management, memory and attention difficult for her. With her OT, Emma learned to better manage her concussion symptoms and other pain. Equipped with evidence-based strategies, she reconnected with the friends and adventures that … Continue reading

Active. Goal-driven. Individualized.

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