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Your occupational therapist will determine your requirements at your first consultation. They could visit your place of residence or employment to assess your current situation and recommend improvements. They are welcome to accompany your child to school if they are working with them. For example, they might suggest that you rearrange the room or use a cane or grabber to help you walk. If you ask for their help, they will be able to improve your performance on ordinary tasks.

  • During an evaluation, an occupational therapist could use any of the following methods to determine the best course of treatment for you or your child:

  • Encourage you to share the details of your recent life and the challenges you've been facing.

  • Engage in actions highlighting your challenges in doing routine tasks.

  • Using standardized exams and Occupational Therapy evaluation, determine the best course of action.

  • Check-in to see how you're holding up with day-to-day life at home.

  • Alternate methods of evaluation, such as a group project

Your OT will work with you to develop a strategy for reaching your objectives. Sometimes a physician's okay is required for the plan to go forward. The program will include how frequently and for how long you will need occupational therapy and what techniques you will require to help you reach your stated objectives.