The 5 Best Things About Being an Occupational Therapist


from Mama OT

When it comes right down to it, the primary, overarching purpose of any occupational therapy service or intervention is to improve a person’s ability to participate in their daily occupations. Those activities they want or need to be able to complete on a daily basis. Learning or re-learning how to get dressed, self-feed, or bathe. Learning how to play with friends while maintaining appropriate physical or emotional participation. Learning how to drive again after a life-altering injury. Figuring out how to stay focused or organized enough to keep up at school.

These are all “occupations”. And occupational therapy practitioners care about all of them.

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