Aims of Occupational Therapy

 

  • Provide a supportive rehabilitation service, which encourages individuals to maximise their potential in, and through, day-to-day activities connected with daily life.
  • Encourage creativity and promote the use of meaningful activities in everyday life.
  • Increase individuals’ skills and levels of independence, both whilst on the unit and in the future.

 

Adapted from camhsnottinghamshirehealthcare.co.uk

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