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Where do you get occupational therapy (OT)?

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OT helps you adapt if pain, injury, illness, or disability prevents you from carrying on with your daily activities. Your occupational therapist may come to your home, workplace, or school to create a treatment plan. OT can also be done in:

  • Hospitals
  • Rehab centers
  • Outpatient clinics
  • Nursing or assisted living homes
  • Schools
  • Private practice offices
  • Prisons
  • Corporate offices
  • Industrial workplaces

From: What Is Occupational Therapy? WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

American Occupational Therapy Association.

ExploreHealthCareers.org: “Occupational Therapist.”

American College of Rheumatology: “The Role of the Occupational Therapist in the Management of Rheumatic Disease.”

KidsHealth.org, Nemours Foundation: “Occupational Therapy.”

Ithaca College: “What Is Occupational Therapy?”

Reviewed by Tyler Wheeler on July 07, 2019

SOURCES:

American Occupational Therapy Association.

ExploreHealthCareers.org: “Occupational Therapist.”

American College of Rheumatology: “The Role of the Occupational Therapist in the Management of Rheumatic Disease.”

KidsHealth.org, Nemours Foundation: “Occupational Therapy.”

Ithaca College: “What Is Occupational Therapy?”

Reviewed by Tyler Wheeler on July 07, 2019

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