Occupational Therapy Month: OT and Sensory Disabilities

Many people associate occupational therapy with strokes, brain injuries, and other disabilities that may affect motor control. It can be applied in many other areas, however. Here’s a look at research on OT and sensory disabilities (blindness, deafness, etc,).

OT and sight

OT and hearing

OT and touch

There were no abstracts in our collection relating to taste or smell (although burns and brain injury can affect both senses)

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