Occupational Therapy

The role of the occupational therapist is to improve the patient’s performance, help him overcome any difficulty or disability resulting from an injury, improve his ability to independently perform daily tasks without depending on others, boost health, prevent developing any injury and disability, and maintain or restore a high level of independence.

    Conditions That Require Occupational Therapy

    All motor, muscular, and developmental conditions, whether initial or caused by other conditions, such as

    • Cognitive problems (focus and attention, problem solving, motor and visual coordination)

    • Sensory problems (vision, hearing, touch,…)

    • Weakness or movement difficulties in the major muscles of the upper limbs

    • Weakness or difficulty in fine muscle movement

    • Systematic problems (difficulties in remembering, understanding time, and spatial concepts)

    • Lack of independence in everyday skills

    Occupational Therapy at Ehtiwa

    Role of the Occupational Therapy Specialist

    Handled by a multidisciplinary team

    • Assessment of the condition

    • Setting the necessary treatment plan and objectives

    • Properly implementing the treatment plan

    • Modifying the educational methods, tools, and suitable for each case

    • Guiding and instructing the parents, teachers, and healthcare employees

    Diagnosis and Evaluation