Helping people to participate in their everyday activities or what occupational therapists call ‘Occupations’. Occupational therapy is focused on how occupations contribute to a persons’ health and well-being. You identify barriers preventing people from participating in the activities of everyday life and provide solutions. Your skills are universal and you will get to know about people from all; walks of life, ages, illnesses, injuries and disabilities.
You can work with all age groups and in a wide range of physical and psychosocial areas such as:
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Last updated: 20-Oct-2015 3.13pm
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