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Adapting Daily Life for the Person with Heart Problems The person diagnosed with cardiovascular disease has many questions and concerns about the tasks and activities that make up daily life and what to do and not to do in order to prevent further illness... Details >American Occupational Therapy AssociationConsumer Facts on Occupational Therapy Links to consumer health education information about occupational therapy and its usage in treating diseases, mental health, and other conditions and lifestyles.... Details >American Occupational Therapy AssociationDaily Activities After Hip Replacement Surgery Surgery to replace a damaged hip joint offers many people the opportunity to regain lost function and to return to daily activities with increased ease and comfort.... Details >American Occupational Therapy AssociationFind an Occupational Therapist Search for an occupational therapist by state, country, or area of practice.... Details >American Occupational Therapy AssociationIntervention for Tendon Injuries Occupational therapists who specialize in hand therapy can provide rehabilitation intervention that enables the hand to function well and prevent further injury.
... Details >American Occupational Therapy AssociationKeeping Older Drivers Safe on the Road As people age, there is an increased likelihood that they will experience changes in vision, memory, and other physical and cognitive characteristics that may challenge their ability to drive safely.
... Details >American Occupational Therapy AssociationLiving With Spinal Cord Injury This article outlines what occupational therapists can do to help people with spinal cord injuries.... Details >American Occupational Therapy AssociationOccupational Therapy for Children with Psychosocial Deficits Under IDEA, occupational therapy (OT) is a required service for infants, pre-schoolers, and school-aged children who meet the eligibility requirements established in their state. ... Details >American Occupational Therapy AssociationOccupational Therapy Improves Quality of Life for Adults with Low Vision It is possible for people with vision impairments to continue to live independent and meaningful lives with the help of an occupational therapist.... Details >American Occupational Therapy AssociationOccupational Therapy Services in Schools School-based occupational therapy is designed to enhance the student's ability to fully access and be successful in the learning environment.
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