Occupational Therapists From Medical Solutions
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Occupational Therapists (OTs) from Medical Solutions enables you to reach the allied health care professionals that specialize in helping individuals achieve a fulfilled and satisfied state in life. Occupation Therapy is about helping people do the day-to-day tasks that "occupy" their time, sustain themselves and enable them to contribute to the community.
Occupational therapists may work exclusively with individuals in a particular age group or with a particular disability. In schools, they evaluate children's capabilities, recommend and provide therapy, modify classroom equipment and help children participate in school activities. A therapist may work with children individually, lead small groups in the classroom, consult with a teacher or serve on an administrative committee. Some therapists provide early intervention therapy to infants and toddlers who have or are at risk of having, developmental delays. Therapies may include facilitating the use of the hands and promoting skills for listening, following directions, social play, dressing or grooming.
Other occupational therapists work with elderly patients. These therapists help the elderly lead more productive, active and independent lives through a variety of methods. Therapists with specialized training in driver rehabilitation assess an individual's ability to drive using both clinical and on-the-road tests. The evaluations allow the therapist to make recommendations for adaptive equipment, training to prolong driving independence and alternative transportation options. Occupational therapists also work with clients to assess their homes for hazards and to identify environmental factors that contribute to falls. Occupational therapists in mental health settings treat individuals who are mentally ill, mentally retarded or emotionally disturbed. To treat these problems, therapists choose activities that help people learn to engage in and cope with daily life. Activities include time management skills, budgeting, shopping, homemaking and the use of public transportation. Occupational therapists also may work with individuals who are dealing with alcoholism, drug abuse, depression, eating disorders or stress-related disorders.
Occupational therapists work in hospitals, schools, other health care practices, nursing care facilities, home health care agencies, outpatient care facilities, community care facilities and government agencies. A large number of occupational therapists are also self-employed in private practice.
These are highly educated individuals.
Many of these health care professionals may own a private practice. They own computers and access the Internet. With a high disposable income.
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