Occupational therapy

What is Occupational therapy?

Therapeutic use of self-care, work, and recreational activities to increase independent function, enhance development, and prevent disability; may include adaptation of tasks or environment to achieve maximum independence and optimal quality of life.

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my son was born with dual ring in his nack,he was not weeped.then after nine months squints occurs in eyes.and siezere when he was feverish when he...

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hello mr paul
it seems your son has had a neurological damage at birth. i assume that being treated by good doctors and a good hospital you must...

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My child have slight speach problems, he also have reading problems and don't progress in school. He been to speach therapy, occupational therapy,...

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yes it is possible.
due to oxygen deficiency or delayed cry at birth can cause damage to the area of brain which related to speech & intelligence....

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Do people who have severe eye injuries use Occupational Therapy?

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My child have slight speach problems, he also have reading problems and don t progress in school. He been to speach therapy, occupational therapy,...

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I hurt my wrist/pinky/ring finger by my dog jumping up on me, knocked me over and in the process I slammed the outer side of my hand against the...

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