Overcome the challenges created by illness, injury, disease, disorder or disability with occupational therapy
The challenges that present themselves due to illness, injury, disease, disorder or disability are many. Simple everyday tasks we take for granted can suddenly become difficult to impossible, painful to perform or so time consuming that what used to take seconds can take 10 times or even longer to complete.
If you find yourself challenged with completing simple every day tasks, activities and occupations, your struggles can be reduced and even eliminated with help from an Occupational Therapist.
Occupational Therapists specialize in helping people with disability, illness, injury or disease, to do all the things they want and need to do in their everyday life, their so-called daily “occupations”.
Occupational Therapists evaluate, assess and treat people at home, school and work in their everyday life occupations of self-care, productivity, work, study, volunteerism, sport, hobby and leisure.
The questions self-analysis questions in this eBook will help you decide if an Occupational Therapist can help you overcome the obstacles that will allow you to live a fuller, richer life doing the things that are important to you.
BSc.O.T., OT(c), OTR, OTReg.(NB)