What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational Therapy is a health service that is concerned with an individual’s ability to participate in desired purposeful activity or “occupations”, which give one’s life meaning. If a person’s ability to perform these daily life tasks, which includes self-help skills, working, going to school, playing, learning and living independently is impacted by an illness, disease and/or disability, occupational therapy can be important.

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