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An OT uses an analogy to explain this essential cognitive process.
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Print this handout to help patients prevent a stroke.
A New York OT consulted with the writer-director of this feature film to ensure true-to-life portrayals.
OT students connect with homeless veterans through art and garden therapy.
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