It is an Occupational Therapist’s job to work with clients to help them achieve functional outcomes promoting health, injury prevention that improves, sustains or restores the highest level of independence.
An Occupational Therapist can work with a variety of clients with a range of limitations helping them do the day-to-day tasks to sustain themselves, and enable them to contribute to the community.
Occupational Therapists help people to improve their ability to perform tasks in their daily lives. Occupational Therapists work with clients that may have conditions that are mentally, physically, developmentally, socially or emotionally disabling. Occupational Therapists enable their clients to improve basic motor functions and reasoning abilities and to compensate for permanent loss of function.
It is an Occupational Therapists job to enable clients in performing activities including:
- using a computer
Occupational Therapists will encourage their clients to engage in activities to increase strength and dexterity, to improve visual acuity and to improve hand-eye coordination. Occupational Therapists use computer programs to help clients with decision-making, reasoning, problem solving and memory.
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