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Source: Northland District Health Board – Press Release/Statement:

Headline: Occupational Therapy

The occupational therapy service provides assessment and intervention for people whose ability to cope with activities of daily living at home and work are threatened by physical illness, injury or ageing.

Occupational therapists work with clients to enable them to manage everyday tasks that they want or need to be able to do.

Services are provided in the hospital or home environment. Clients are referred by a health professional or they can self-refer.

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