What is Occupational therapy?
occupations are engaging with family and friends and managing his or her home.
Everyone has occupations... from the toddler whose occupations are play and learning to develop important skills, to the older adult whose occupations are engaging with family and friends
and managing his or her home. If you are kid, children with neurological conditions or adults recovering from an accident or injury,
your valued occupations may be disrupted.
Occupational Therapies can help people learn new ways of doing activities, adapt equipment or materials used every day, make changes to the places people live and work.