Definitions for "Occupational therapist"
A licensed health professional who applies principles, methods and procedures for analysis of, but not limited to, motor or sensorimotor functions to determine the educational significance of identified problem areas including fine motor manipulation, self-help, adaptive work skills, and play or leisure skills in order to provide planning, coordination, and implementation of intervention strategies and services for eligible individuals.
A certified professional who specializes in fine motor development (small muscle development) such as the use of hands, fingers, and other small muscles.(body, toward it, special needs, their work/services, and, their teaching/training)(work/occupation, that area, one who peacefully works it/comforts it)
Professionals that help individuals who have conditions that are mentally, physically, developmentally, or emotionally disabling improve their ability to perform tasks in their daily living and working environments.
A person who has completed equivalent educational requirements and work experience required for a certificate of occupational therapy.
An individual qualified by graduation from an accredited school of occupational therapy with either a baccalaureate or masters degree who has passed a national certification examination given by the American Occupational Therapy Certification Board, Inc. In many states, a license to practice is also required.
Administers occupational therapy services to residents.
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