Occupational Therapy

In what instance might an employer provide occupational therapy to employees?

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2013-04-03 02:58:31
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Occupational therapy might be given to an employee when he was injured on the job and requires special assistance from a therapist to recover and get back onto the job. Another use is if the employer offers a benefit that covers accidental harm to self that would prevent them from working.

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