Hospice Care for Occupational TherapyCE
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The primary outcome of all occupational therapy intervention is to improve quality of life. This goal applies to all aspects of one’s life, regardless of the client’s unique situation. Some occupational therapy clients will be at the end of their life, meaning that they are suffering from the late stages of a disease or conditions that are expected to result in death soon. These individuals are often placed in hospice care, where they are cared for by an interdisciplinary care team that includes occupational therapy professionals. This course discusses occupational therapy’s role in hospice care, especially how they help clients enjoy an improved quality of life as death approaches.

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Hospice Care for Occupational Therapy