Occupational Therapy is...
Assisting people - People who for one reason or another are unable to function
independently. These people may have experienced a mishap, injury or illness.
Increasing independence through function - Occupational Therapy provides things
like ADLs (activities of daily living-- eg. dressing, eating, cooking, bathing,
Enhancing Work, Play and Leisure - Occupational Therapy helps others to help
Aiding individuals who for one reason or another are not functioning as
independently as possible in the areas of daily living, work, play and leisure.
(Information obtained from Occupational Therapy and Rehab Web
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