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Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps you to be more independent in a range of activities: from day to day tasks such as personal care (getting washed and dressed etc), to work (paid work, voluntary work, housework or school), leisure activities (sports, games, hobbies and social activities).

Occupational Therapists can advise on ways to be safer by improving mobility around the home, preparing your meals, getting in/out of bed, managing steps, stairs and advising on how your carer can best care for you.