Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists (OTs) help people of all ages with disabilities, injuries or illness recover and cope through the use of common, everyday tasks. Usually working one-on-one with individuals, OTs will watch how they do tasks, ask questions and look over medical history. OT’s create treatment plans and goals, show patients how to use adaptive technology, demonstrate exercises to relieve pain and increase mobility, and much more.

Tempus Unlimited supports school programs by offering occupational therapy services to children with disabilities in the community.

Currently Tempus Unlimited supports the Quincy Public School System by providing a staff Occupational Therapist who offers OT services to the in the classroom to elementary school children with disabilities.

Service area: Massachusetts



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