CategoryOccupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy vs. Physical Therapy: What to Know Physical therapy and occupational therapy are two types of rehabilitative care. The goal of rehabilitative care is to improve or prevent the worsening of your condition or quality of life due to an injury, surgery, or illness. While there are some similarities between physical therapy and occupational...
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What Is Occupational Therapy? This type of treatment can help if you have pain, injury, illness, or a disability that makes it hard for you to do your job or schoolwork, care for yourself, complete household chores, move around, or take part in activities. Occupational therapy (OT) teaches you how to adapt. It can help you perform any...
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Does My Child Need Occupational Therapy? One thing that parents struggle the most with when they’re thinking about whether to bring their child to occupational therapy is the question, “Is this issue that I’m seeing with my child really so significant that I need to go see somebody, or have my child tested?”  Most often...
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Signs that your child needs Occupational Therapy A baby’s only occupation is to grow, learn, and develop the skills that lead to increased independence and connection to others. Unfortunately, some babies are slow to develop these skills, which creates a shaky foundation for learning the stuff of life. Does your baby need occupational therapy? Below...
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4 Signs Your Child Might Need Pediatric Occupational Therapy The purpose of pediatric occupational therapy is to help children become independent in all areas of life. An occupational therapist can assist kids in developing the skills that occupy their days, such as eating and getting dressed. Children with developmental delays can make significant strides socially...
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What is Occupational Therapy and who needs it? What Does an OT Do? They work with people of all ages, from premature babies to young children, adults in midlife, and seniors. In short, the therapist looks at how you do any kind of activity or task. Then they come up with a plan to improve...
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What is Occupational Therapy? Occupational therapy (OT) is a treatment for problems with movement and coordination. It helps people improve the motor skills involved in everyday tasks, like writing and getting dressed. These skills include fine and gross motor skills and motor planning. Therapists also work on coordination, balance, and self-regulation skills. Kids can get...
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Occupational Therapy Treatment Your occupational therapist will develop a treatment plan based on your occupational assessment and your personal goals. Treatment will be adapted to maximize your independence with self care. Treatment options include: Activities of daily living: Treatment focuses on participating in self-care and improving the performance of everyday tasks such as: Bathing Cooking and...
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Differences Between Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Vocational Therapy Physical Therapy Physical therapy is a form of prolonged treatment designed to address mobility and functionality issues throughout the body. Whether your symptoms arise from pain or injury, a physical therapist takes the time to diagnose the cause and develop a customized series of exercises, sometimes...
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Occupational therapy vs. physical therapy: The basics Say you’re looking for a medical professional to help rehabilitate you after you tore your rotator cuff during the homecoming game. Who would you call? A physical therapist? How about an occupational therapist? The truth is, many people consider physical therapy and occupational therapy to be interchangeable. But...
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