Occupational Therapy: A Case Study

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Occupational therapy is a client centred profession with the main focus of assisting and supporting people to partake in everyday activities or occupations (World Federation of Occupational Therapists 2012). Occupation is closely linked to how individuals describe themselves and feel about themselves, with negative impacts on mental and physical health resulting from the inability to participate in desired or required occupations (Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists 2015). Occupational therapists work with people and communities to improve their capacity to be involved in occupations by altering the occupation or the situation to better support their involvement (Occupational Therapy Australia 2015). This could involve teaching

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