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Occupational Therapists

Occupational therapists help countless men, women and kids with improving their lives. This can be a fun and rewarding line of work to get involved with. In this field, you will treat different people, in order to help them with certain mental health issues and physical functioning in the workplace. It is your job to improve their overall quality of life, and assist them with getting their life in order so they can get the most out of living. You may work in specific schools, rehabilitation centers, pediatric care facilities or therapy clinics if you get into this field.

You typically need a degree in occupational therapy in order to work in this business. After all, it is important for you to understand cognitive well being, social interaction and effective psychological treatments. You need a certain skill set and knowledge to effectively help people with mental health issues and getting involved with their community members. As a practitioner or therapist in this line of work, you may offer specific care programs for individuals who are disabled. You may need to address their current behavior and attitude, and help them improve their outlook and social development. Although some people struggle in their work environments, you need to assist them with making the situation better. This can take some serious time and effort on your part as an occupational therapist.

If you get involved with this exciting field, you may have to work with various physicians, therapists and physical rehabilitation experts. Basically, it is your job to help people function better in life.

American Occupational Therapy Association
Our association is dedicated to promoting occupational therapy through best practices and awareness. Find the services you're looking for through our nationwide association of occupational therapists.
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In your search for the right occupational therapist for you, contact a few OT professionals and get contact information from each, such as rates, program availability, location, licensure, hours, specialty, and years in business. You want to choose an occupational therapist with many years of experience in the business, as well as the proper licensing. Occupational therapists are trained in areas such as cognitive abilities, physical therapy, mental health, rehabilitation, functional therapy, community developmental programs, and psychiatric referrals, as well as the ideas of romanticism, pragmatism, and humanism. Whether you need help regaining skills to re-enter the work place and resume your job, or need help with a particular performance skill, an OT may be for you. Set up appointments with a few different professionals to ensure a good match of personalities and specialties. Inquire if the therapist is part of a national rehabilitation program, or local contractor. Ask if the occupational therapist has a website you can check out for additional information. Get customer references if possible, and research the service's background and reputation in the occupational therapy industry. Check out the therapist's physical location, whether within a clinical setting or private hospital, making sure it is clean and well maintained. Whether you need OT treatment to re-enter the work place and resume your job, or need help with a particular performance skill for treatment for disabled people, be sure to do your research on each occupational therapist you consider. Before choosing an occupational therapist, keep in mind the OT's availability, location, education, friendliness of staff, rates, and reputation.