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    others better. Imagine a world where there is no one who is trained to assist individuals who are born with mental illnesses or any kind of developmental disorders. This is what the world would be like if there were not jobs in the occupational therapy field. Occupational Therapy was first documented in around 100 BCE when the Greek Physician Asclepiades devised to humanely treat patients with mental illnesses by giving them therapeutic baths, massages, music and exercise. It was then documented again

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    Occupational Therapy

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    An occupational therapist is a trained and licensed health care professional who can make a complete evaluation of the impact of disease on the activities of the patient at home and in work situations. Hobbies and recreational activities are considered when an assessment is made. The most generally accepted definition of occupational therapy is that it is an activity, physical or mental, that aids in a patient’s recovery from disease or injury. The Occupational therapist takes a history from the

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    Occupational Stress

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    Occupational Stress Opening Statement: This paper will examine some causes and some of the effects of stress on individuals in the work environment. Role overload will be discussed as a major agent of stress at both work and home. Role Underload, Role Conflict, Role Ambiguity will be discussed briefly for comparison. Examples of stress in the work place will be used to illustrate the broad ramifications of stress in the occupational setting. Examples of Electromyography (EMG) will be given as a

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    hazardous agent. This issue has also been preempted by corporate stress management, health promotion, or employee assistance programs, which explain stress as a purely personal reaction, and often treat the symptoms, not the causes, of job stress. The occupational stress field also has been plagued by a variety of definitions and difficulties in measurement of stress.(Buunk,De-Jong,Y-Bemas&De wolff,1998) In addition, changes in job design or work organization are often inherently more "systems challenging"

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    Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapies When many people hear the word "therapy," they think of something that has caused a problem and has to be fixed. In most cases, that is true. Most people think the problem may be an injury that has to be rehabilitated or an extreme mental problem where the person needs serious help. However, therapy does not always deal with injured or mentally troubled people. Three types of therapy that help a wide range of people with their problems are physical

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    Occupational Therapy

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    Occupational therapy is an area of rehabilitation. Occupational therapists help to improve their patient’s’ ability in performing everyday tasks. They assist people of all ages who have a physical or developmental issues which prevent them from living independent lives. A job in occupational therapy may involve assessing patient’s environments, creating therapy plans, educating families or employers of patients, recording patient’s’ progress, or instructing patients’ on how to use equipment or perform

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    Occupational Therapy

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    built on. However, change over time is what keeps the profession moving forward and being successful. We live in a world where things are changing every second, so if we remain in the past, we will let every great opportunity to grow past us by. Occupational Therapy was built to help those who suffered from both physical and mental disabilities. It was the foundation of moral treatment from Philippe Pinel and William Tuke which requires people to treat people with compassion. Also, the Arts and craft

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    Occupational Therapy

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    Introduction Occupational therapy (OT) theory offers valuable contribution to support professionalization since possessing a unique body of knowledge is essential to define a profession (Cooper, 2012). To utilize theory effectively, it is essential to differentiate between generic and specific theory as knowledge of the core theory helps to form OT identity and action as a practicing practitioner. In this essay, OT theory refers only to philosophy and OT specific models. Frame of references (FOR)

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    go back and start a new beginning but anyone can start today and make a new ending.”-Marla Robinson. Occupational Therapists guide and support their patients in a planned treatment program to help them to learn how to live a daily, independent life. Occupational Therapists employ a substantial amount of leisure and social skills. This is an excellent profession to look into. I chose Occupational Therapy because growing up I always admired my mom’s career as a speech therapist. I would go to work

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    A Career in Occupational Therapy

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    professions, such as occupational therapy, work to help each person regain his or her ability to engage in everyday activities. One wishing to pursue a career in occupational therapy would first need to evaluate the career and the significant effects on themselves and the clients. Occupational therapy made its first appearance in a modern-day setting during the 18th century; however, occupational therapy dates back to 100 BC. The United States medical system adopted occupational therapy in the 19th

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