What is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational therapy is centred on supporting people with activities that give or help towards their daily independence.
An Occupational therapist is trained to assess a person’s needs and help create goals to maintain or gain back independence. Adjustments to environment, accessories and equipment can all be employed to help a person reach that goal.
Occupational therapists can also carry out sensory assessments to determine whether a sensory impairment is having an additional impact on your well being and interpretation of your surroundings.
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