Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is a service that helps patients learn to do day to day living activities as independently as possible by prescribing adaptive devices such as bathroom safety equipment, dressing aids, and energy conservation techniques. An occupational therapist is particularly concerned about day to day living activities including bathing, dressing, brushing teeth, combing hair, shaving, eating, and household chores. For the impaired person who is somewhat confused, Occupational Therapy focuses on reality orientation.
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