What is OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY?

A therapeutic method that involves the encouragement of physical or active work by the patient to treat a pscychological or physical disorder. This results in increasing the patient’s selfreliane and selfconfidence in addition to increasing his interest in life and his productivity. After the occupational therapy, the patient becomes a functioning member of the society.

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