Occupational Therapy

An allied health profession helping patients to improve the ability to perform activities in daily living and working environments, including personal care, home skills, mobility, physical exercise, use of assistive devices, physical safety, workplace rehabilitation and guidance for relatives and caregivers. Patients may have work-related injuries, congenital disability, brain injury, amputations, chronic diseases, learning disabilities mental/degenerative neurological diseases, and behavioural problems relative to drug abuse and eating disorders.

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Ms Deirdre Richards

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