OTs and ADLs

by Cathy Parkes August 11, 2019 Updated: September 15, 2021

OTs and ADLs

An Occupational Therapist (OT) is a key member of the interprofessional team. They help patients regain their ability to perform their ADLs (Activities of Daily Living). Examples of ADLs: brushing teeth, getting dressed, using the bathroom.



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