occupational therapist

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Askeri) MEŞGULİYETLE TEDAVİ UZMANI: Kadın sıhhi uzmanlar sınıfına mensup kadın subay. Bu subay; meşguliyetle tedavi alanında ihtisas yapmış bir uzmandır
(Askeri) meşguliyetle tedavi uzmanı
chief occupational therapist
(Askeri) MEŞGULİYETLE TEDAVİ KISMI ŞEFİ: Kadın Sağlık Uzmanlar Sınıfı'na mensup bir kadın subay. Bu subay; fizik tedavi servisi şefine karşı, sağlık tesisindeki meşguliyetle tedavi kısmının idare ve kontrolundan sorumludur. Emrindeki personelin faaliyet ve eğitimini de kontrol ve koordine eder
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Therapist whose aim is to help clients achieve a better quality of life through work or similar occupations
Teaches ways to more easily perform everyday activities (cooking, driving, dressing) that may have become challenging due to pain or mobility limitations
A trained healthcare professional who uses self-care, work, and recreational activities to help people with disabilities become more functional and independent
An occupational therapist is someone whose job involves helping people by means of occupational therapy. someone whose job is to help people get better after an illness by giving them activities to do
Individuals who specialize in the analysis of purposeful activity and tasks to minimize the impact of disability on independence in daily living The therapist then helps the family to better cope with the disorder, by adapting the environment and teaching sub-skills of the missing developmental components
A professional who helps people develop or regain skills which are absent because of physical injury, birth defects, aging, or emotional or developmental problems, through purposeful and meaningful activity
A rehabilitation professional who assists individuals to compensate for functional limitations as a result of an injury, illness or disability by learning skills and techniques needed to perform activities of daily living and optimize independence
n The person who uses productive or creative activity in the treatment or rehabilitation of physically or emotionally disabled people
Helps the patient become more independent and able to complete daily activities such as bathing, dressing, cooking and eating To increase patient's independence, therapy is provided to help improve upper extremity strength, endurance, coordination, perception and balance
A health professional specially trained to teach individual's ways to protect joints, minimize pain, and conserve energy
therapist that rehabilitates using specific kinds of exercises and work
is a person with special training in infant and child development They work with parents and teachers to provide the child with activities that promote normal growth and development
performs diagnostic tests, measurements, and evaluations, such as mobility of joints, strength and endurance of muscles Initiates and applies appropriate preventive, therapeutic and rehabilitative procedures and techniques
Determines necessary treatment related to student's fine motor skills, visual perceptual skills, sensory motor skills, life skills, pre-vocational skills, social/emotional development and functional mobility
Occupational Therapies help with handwriting issues, and sensory experiences including touch, movement, body awareness, sight, sound, and the pull of gravity
occupational therapists assess functioning in activities which are essential in everyday living such as bathing, grooming, writing and meal preparation
A licensed professional responsible for the plan of treatment designed to optimize functional activities, such as eating, dressing, grooming and other tasks requiring upper body fine motor skills New Care does not provide OTs at this time
Occupational therapists assess functioning in activities of everyday living, including dressing, bathing, grooming, meal preparation, writing, and driving, which are essential for independent living In making treatment recommendations, the OT addresses (1) fatigue management, (2) upper body strength, movement, and coordination, (3) adaptations to the home and work environment, including both structural changes and specialized equipment for particular activities, and (4) compensatory strategies for impairments in thinking, sensation, or vision
A specialist involved in the retraining of patients with brain injuries to resume the self-care activities important to daily living OTs work to improve function in the patient's hands and upper body and become involved during the acute rehabilitation phase
A professional qualified to assess, plan and implement rehabilitation plans for people who have suffered disabilities or disabling injuries Created as a separate profession in the 1930s
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occupational therapists
plural form of occupational therapist
occupational therapists
Those persons legally qualified by education and training to engage in the practice of occupational therapy, a field concerned with utilizing craft or work activities in the rehabilitation of patients
occupational therapists
Trained and licensed individuals who work with emotionally and/or physically disabled people to determine skill levels and to develop a rehabilitation program to build on and expand these skills
occupational therapists
Health professionals, also known as OTs, who find ways to help people live at home and be independent, despite their illness
occupational therapist

    Расстановка переносов

    oc·cu·pa·tion·al the·ra·pist

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