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occupational therapy in Hospital topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoccupational therapyˌoccupational ˈtherapy noun [uncountable]  MHthe job of an occupational therapist
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occupational therapyThe two charities have worked successfully together, advancing occupational therapy in the drug detoxification centres.In the next year, the hospital turned over one more room for patients and two others for physical and occupational therapy.She also takes part in physical and occupational therapy programs at the Kennedy Krieger Institute for children.Community health services for people with disabilities, such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, are provided by Bassetlaw trust.Sussexdown is a happy place, run by caring staff who provide a full 24-hour nursing service, physiotherapy and occupational therapy.In other words, they needed release from stress, and occupational therapy.The Therapy Wing has provided much improved facilities for occupational therapy and physiotherapy.Microcomputers and assessment in occupational therapy.