The latest trend in inpatient rehab settings is creating fully equipped suites that replicate all the details of home, work and community. With the help of OTs, patients can practice real-life tasks in a safe and controlled environment.
(cover photo by Jeffrey Leeser)
An expert in pediatric mobility combs through the latest research into standing wheelchair therapy for young patients with cerebral palsy.
Parents of children with sensory processing issues often avoid potentially challenging situations at home and in public. OTs can help them prepare.
A major shift in rehabilitation has recast toilet training as a critical intervention that teaches meaningful skills.
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COMING IN MAY: OTs in Driver Rehabilitation
The capacity to drive is often the last bastion of independence for people who have suffered an injury or those living with degenerative physical or cognitive conditions. Occupational therapists play a pivotal role in keeping these populations self-reliant.