Occupational Therapy Explained

Most people think Occupational Therapy is about getting people back to work following an injury, or designing functional work spaces and workstations because of the word “occupation” in the term.  While this is an important part of what Occupational Therapists do, their scope is actually much broader.

The following, written by Najma Rashid for the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association does a great job of explaining Occupational Therapy and the OT role in the litigation process.

Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Blog:  What is an Occupational Therapist?

For more information about the solutions for living Occupational Therapists provide, check out our OT-V episode, “What is Occupational Therapy?


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