|Munson occupational therapists (OTs) serve a variety of patients, including those with mental, physical, emotional, or developmental issues. While the nature of the job might vary substantially, our OTs have one overriding goal: to help patients perform daily living and working tasks so they can lead independent, satisfying lives. They assist patients with a variety of daily living activities, such as eating, bathing, dressing, using a computer, and driving. Everyone is different, which is why Munson’s occupational therapists must make skilled observations, conduct tests, and take measurements to create customized treatment programs for their clients. Our OTs frequently perform comprehensive job site and home evaluations. They also make adaptation recommendations, which may involve use of adaptive equipment.
- Assist individuals in rehabilitation
- Conduct skilled observations and test
- Improve quality of life
- Promote health and wellness
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