OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Definition: “OTs use scientifically chosen meaningful activities to assert diverse clients with a range of problems to maximize their functioning. This empowers them to be as independent as possible and to experience dignity and quality of life at work, at home and at play.” – Ratified @ OTASA Council 31-2001

Who would benefit from OT?
Anyone who is no longer coping with their activities of daily living e.g. dressing, walking bathing, cooking etc. Generally as a result of neurological, medical, orthopedic, or surgical injury or illness.
Inclusive of people of all age groups.