Enable || Adapt || Restore

 
 
 
 
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FIEUW Occupational Therapy is a vocational rehabilitation practice based in Cape Town. Lezanne Fieuw provides services which enables individuals to return to meaningful occupation by adapting the environment and restoring function following illness, injury or other health conditions.

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Education and certifications

  • Stellenbosch University | BOccTher | 2010
  • University of Pretoria | Dip Voc Rehab | 2014
  • Matheson Functional Capacity Evaluator | UK | 2015
  • WorkWell Functional Capacity Evaluator | SA | 2017

Professional Associations and Registration

  • Practice number: 0603422
  • Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) Registration number: OT0078778
  • Health and Care Professions Council of the United Kingdom (HCPC) Registration number: OT72072

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Functional Capacity Evaluation

A rigorous evaluation comprising of an in-depth interview and the use of standardised and non-standardised tests to determine whether an individual is fit to work.

Comprehensive Driving Evaluation

Physical, cognitive and psychological limitations as well as aging can have an impact on a person's ability to drive safely.  This evaluation comprises of a battery of tests to screen driving ability and an on-road driving evaluation. 

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Worksite Evaluation

An on-site worksite evaluation is offered to determine the fit between the work tasks and the individual's functional capacity through an in-depth job demands analysis. 

Case Management

Vocational rehabilitation case management is an ongoing service for a specific time period to assist both the employee and employer during the transition period of returning to work.  

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Ergonomics Evaluation

This evaluation incorporates ergonomic principles to improve work performance and helps to establish the optimal use of display-screen-equipment. 

PGAP / Individual Rehabilitation

We are now a certified PGAP provider.  The Progressive Goal Attainment Programme is an evidence-based treatment program for reducing disability associated with pain, depression and other chronic health conditions.