English version

occupational therapist

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoccupational therapistˌoccupational ˈtherapist noun [countable]  someone whose job is to help people get better after an illness by giving them activities to do
Examples from the Corpus
occupational therapistHis wife gave up a £20,000-a-year job as an occupational therapist to look after their child, now aged four.One of our friends with the same type of arthritis has been helped by an occupational therapist.Each has an occupational therapist, a speech and language therapist and a physical therapist, and Melanie has two nurses.An occupational therapist can help with motor or sensory reactivity and processing difficulties.An occupational therapist helped her choose a keyboard as part of an overhaul of her work station and typing posture.A physiotherapist and occupational therapist are attached.
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