Occupational Therapists work with patients to achieve a level of independence in their daily lives. Among the services are: designing a treatment program for the patient; evaluation of the patient’s living and work sites; performance skills testing; and guidance for family members. A patient uses an occupational therapist after a stroke or heart attack, an accident that changes the patient’s abilities, such as a broken bone, sports injuries, developmental problems in children and guiding family members with diseases like Alzheimer’s.
Training for an occupational therapist goes from a college degree to Ph.D. Occupational therapy assistants have an AA degree.
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Occupational Therapy Assistants