Occupational therapy services
- 27 municipalities
- Public service
Occupational therapy is medical rehabilitation, which helps you improve your functional capacity as well as skills and abilities required in the everyday life. Occupational therapy is available for both children and adults.
Children's occupational therapy is meant for children who have challenges with, for instance, motoric skills, self-reliance, playing skills, perceptual skills or processing se ...
Do the following
Talk with your doctor, nurse or early childhood education worker about the need for occupational therapy your child, your next of kin or you yourself have. They will give you a referral if necessary.
To whom and on what terms
A referral is required for occupational therapy. The child welfare clinic, school health care or early childhood education worker provide referrals for children's occupational therapy. For adults, a health and social care professional provides referrals.
Occupational therapy is medical rehabilitation, the purpose of which is to improve and maintain the patient's functional capacity. For example, an occupational therapist may introduce the customer to different assistive devices that make coping with everyday situations easier and propose changes in the customer’s home. Occupational therapy may be provided individually or for groups.