Harley Street Occupational Therapists
Occupational Therapy is the diagnosis, investigation and treatment of both physical and mental disorders through the implementation of activities designed to enable the client to become independent and regain independent function. Occupational Therapists work will all age groups and within primary care, learning disabilities, mental health services and research.
After achieving an undergraduate qualification in Occupational Therapy, occupational therapists are required to undertake a pre-registration programme in occupational therapy to enable them to be registered with the Health Professions Council. They will then specialise in providing tailored activity packages to their clients to improve their condition or mobility.
Occupational Therapists commonly work with those suffering from arthritis, MS, Parkinson's disease, schizophrenia, dyspraxia, Down's syndrome, dementia and other conditions associated with ageing.
Those who consult with an Occupational Therapist wish to take part in tailored activities and assessment that will enable them to become more independent during and after a condition or disease.
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