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Occupational Therapy Team

Occupational therapy (OT) facilitates individuals becoming more functionally independent. This may include daily activities such as self-cares (eating, dressing, toileting, hygiene); participating fully in the community, school, and social settings; school readiness skills (handwriting or focusing on schoolwork); and/or more advanced everyday tasks (meal preparation, household chores, using the phone).

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