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Occupational Therapy Cheat Sheet

Explaining what occupational therapy is a lot easier than it used to be when I started out in my career.  Yet, I know that many teachers and parents have not heard about occupational therapy or may only know how it can help elderly or rehab patients.   Here is a cheat sheet that I give my teachers to help explain who might benefit from an OT evaluation. 

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