occupational therapist therapy

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Definition von occupational therapist therapy im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

occupational therapy
(Tıp) uğraşı tedavisi
occupational therapy
(Askeri,Tıp) meşguliyet tedavisi
occupational therapy
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) mesleki terapi
occupational therapy
iş terapisi
occupational therapy
uğraş terapisi
occupational therapy
(Tıp, İlaç) Uğraşı terapisi
occupational therapy
(Askeri) MEŞGULİYET TEDAVİSİ, MEŞGULİYETLE TEDAVİ: Bir tabip subayın tavsiyesine göre, hastaların, maksada uygun olarak dülgerlik, makinistlik, boyacılık vesaire gibi, bedeni görevlere tayin suretiyle yapılan tıbbi tedavi şekli
occupational therapy
ergoterapi
occupational therapy
meşguliyetle tedavi
occupational therapy
(Tıp) Ruhsal ve fiziksel hastalıklarda, hastanın özellikle el işleriyle uğraşmasını sağlayarak uygulanan tedavi yöntemi, meşguliyetle tedavi
Englisch - Englisch

Definition von occupational therapist therapy im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

occupational therapy
The therapeutic practice of encouraging better quality of life through the pursuit of work or other occupations
Occupational therapy
ot
occupational therapy
healing with the aid of handicraft
occupational therapy
Mental or physical activity to assist recovery from disease or injury
occupational therapy
Services given to help you return to usual activities (such as bathing, preparing meals, housekeeping) after illness either on an inpatient or outpatient basis
occupational therapy
Therapy that uses goal-directed activities, appropriate to age and social situation for individuals with disabilities or developmental disorder which can interfere with the ability to live a constructive life
occupational therapy
- services provided by a qualified occupational therapist to develop and enhance the independent physical functioning of students with disabilities so the students can receive FAPE Occupational therapy services provided by schools are for educational purposes to enable a student with a disability to progress on his or her Individualized Education Program (IEP) These services include
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Activities focusing on fine motor skills, visual motor integration, visual processing, visual memory, visual perceptual abilities that assist in improving physical, and social development and sensory integration (SI)
occupational therapy
Treatment to restore a physically disabled person's ability to perform activities such as walking, eating, drinking, dressing, toileting, and bathing
occupational therapy
physical therapy involving the therapeutic use of crafts and hobbies for the rehabilitation of handicapped or convalescing patients (especially for emotionally disturbed patients)
occupational therapy
Occupational therapy is a method of helping people who have been ill or injured to develop skills or get skills back by giving them certain activities to do. She will now begin occupational therapy to regain the use of her hands. The use of productive or creative activity in the treatment or rehabilitation of physically or emotionally disabled people.occupational therapist n. the job of an occupational therapist. Use of activities to promote health and independence, particularly after the acute phase of illness. Such therapy is often vital for reorienting patients unable to work for long periods. Occupational therapists assess patients' abilities, tailor programs to restore physical function, and devise ways to help those with permanent limitations carry out everyday functions. See also physical medicine and rehabilitation
occupational therapy
Occupational Therapy is the therapeutic use of self-care, work and play activities to increase independent function, enhance development and prevent disability; may include the adaptation of a task or the environment to achieve maximum independence and to enhance the quality of life The term occupation, as used in occupational therapy, refers to any activity engaged in for evaluating, specifying and treating problems interfering with functional performance
occupational therapy
– Services provided by a qualified occupational therapist who helps individuals develop fine motor skills, such as writing, using buttons and zippers, and holding small objects
occupational therapy
Related service; includes therapy to remediate fine motor skills
occupational therapy
A program of creative, educational and recreational activities to develop skills which will be useful later
occupational therapy
Evaluation and re?evaluation are formal testing conducted by a registered occupational therapist to evaluate problems interfering with functional performance Therapy or treatment is rehabilitative, active, or restorative, and designed to correct or compensate for a medical problem interfering with age appropriate functional performance Group therapy or treatment is provided in groups of 2?8 individuals Occupational therapy services must be prescribed by a physician
occupational therapy
a rehabilitative process directed by an occupational therapist where purposeful activities are employed as a basis for improving muscular control, may focus on fine motor development and/or the upper half of the individual's body; may be a related service for children with disabilities if it is determined as necessary for an appropriate education to be received
occupational therapy
physical or skills training that helps disabled persons to better manage daily living Therapy may include teaching infants to suck or swallow, helping developmentally delayed children to develop motor or language skills, or training mentally disabled individuals to complete work tasks or care for their personal needs
occupational therapy
This type of therapy includes exercises, adaptive equipment, splinting, joint protection and energy conservation T-O-P
occupational therapy
An approach to facilitating recovery from stress or trauma by ensuring the adoption, readoption or development of physical, intellectual, cultural or social skills
occupational therapy
Treatment to restore a physically disabled person's ability to perform activities such as walking, eating, drinking, toileting and bathing
occupational therapy
Skilled treatment that helps people return to ordinary tasks around home and at work by maximizing physical potential through lifestyle adaptations and possible use of assistive devices
occupational therapy
services that relate to self-help skills, adaptive behavior and play, and sensory, motor, and postural development
occupational therapy
This is a therapy provided by an occupational therapist that assists in the individual’s development of fine motor skills that aid in daily living It also can focus on sensory issues, coordination of movement, balance, and on self-help skills such as dressing, eating with a fork and spoon, grooming, etc It can also address issues pertaining to visual perception and hand-eye coordination
occupational therapy
Definition: The science of using everyday activities with specific goals, to help people of all ages prevent, lessen, or overcome physical disabilities Also Known As: OT Related Resources: Occupational Therapy Information about occupational therapy and how these professionals work to help patients
occupational therapy
A therapy, treatment, or instructional support provided by an occupational therapist to the child, family, and/or pertinent members of the child's environment OT helps develop adaptive or physical skills that will aid in daily living and improve interactions with the physical and social world It focuses on developing functional skills related to sensory-motor integration; coordination of movement; fine motor skills; self-help skills (dressing, self-feeding, etc ); adaptive devices/ equipment; computer keyboarding; positioning for school work; and potential work-related activities
occupational therapy
(oc·cu·pa·tion·al ther·a·py) NOUN: The use of productive or creative activity in the treatment or rehabilitation of physically or emotionally disabled people
occupational therapy
a therapy or treatment provided by an occupational therapist that helps an individual developmental or physical skills that will aid in daily living; it focuses on the use of hands and fingers; on co-ordination of movement; and on self-help skills, such as dressing, eating with a fork and spoon, etc
occupational therapist therapy

    Silbentrennung

    oc·cu·pa·tion·al the·ra·pist the·ra·py

    Türkische aussprache

    äkyıpeyşınıl therıpıst therıpi

    Aussprache

    /äkyəˈpāsʜənəl ˈᴛʜerəpəst ˈᴛʜerəpē/ /ɑːkjəˈpeɪʃənəl ˈθɛrəpəst ˈθɛrəpiː/

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