Occupational therapy is a type of health care that helps to solve the problems that interfere with a person’s ability to do the things that are important to them – everyday things like: self-care - getting dressed, eating, moving around the house, being productive - going to work or school, participating in the community, and leisure activities - sports, gardening, social activities. Occupational therapists, often called OTs, are the primary providers of occupational therapy services. OTs are: university educated professionals that apply their specialized knowledge and skills to recommend a course of preventive or corrective action that will help people lead more productive and satisfying lives, trained to understand not only the medical and physical limitations of a disability or injury, but also the psychosocial factors that affect the functioning of the whole person – their health and their wellness.
259 Brunswick Street Fredericton, NB E3B
Mon - Thursday 7:30-7:30
Sat - Sun: Closed