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What is OT?

Occupational therapy is a holistic, client centered healthcare profession that aims at promoting health and well being through the engagement in meaningful occupations. Occupational therapists work with individuals with disabilities across the lifespan to participate fully in their lives by helping them develop, recover or maintain daily living or work skills.

The occupational therapy process includes comprehensive evaluations, customized intervention plans with goals aimed at improving the individual’s ability to perform daily activities, and outcomes evaluation to ensure that goals are being met.

The occupational therapy interventions may focus on teaching new skills, modification of tasks, adaptation of one’s environment, adaptive equipment recommendations and training, and client/family education.

“Learning is experience. Everything else is just information.”
— Albert Einstein