When congenital disorders, illness, disease, or environ-mental barriers limit a per-son’s ability to move, think, or feel — occupational ther-apy is vital. It enables people to participate fully in life, whether at work, at home, at school, or at play. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY MATTERS Because it enables participation in life. The importance and significance of enabling participation led respected philosopher and physician Dr. H. Tristam Engelhardt Jr., to observe: Occupational therapy enables meaning by assisting people to regain their capacity for activity.
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