Celebrating independence and Occupational Therapy Week

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Celebrating independence and Occupational Therapy Week

This week is Occupational Therapy Week, a time to celebrate the great work done by our occupational therapists in helping clients young and old, get the most from their lives.

Connect Health & Community volunteer, Leesa, is an inspiring example of how occupational therapy can help you overcome life's obstacles.

Read Leesa's story about occupational therapy as a child, and how her experiences helped make her the strong, independent person she is today.

 

 

 

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