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Types of Occupational Therapies

As an agency which focusses upon the Occupational Therapy (OT) sector, LOT provides its candidates with full coverage of virtually all types of occupational therapies, including, but by no means limited to:

Acute medicine

Dealing with the provision of care for people with acute medical problems, Occupational Therapists (OTs) now play a vital role in today’s acute medical units.

Adult therapy

It goes without saying that OTs can work with people from all age groups and walks of life: This branch of OT services focuses upon the care of adults and covers a wide range of sub-specialities.

Drug and alcohol

This category of OT deals with the treatment of people suffering from substance abuse addiction via a myriad of techniques, including the development of specialist strategies that can help with getting individuals focussed upon making significant lifestyle changes.


OTs specialising in providing care to elderly people help individuals to adapt to changes in their life and improve their wellbeing through an on-going series of specialist techniques.

Mental health

OTs falling within this category can help people suffering from mental health problems to establish personal goals that, when achieved, can lead to the development of more enriching, satisfactory day-to-day routines.


This OT category has a significant role to play in the field of helping individuals to overcome new challenges which may be faced when receiving cancer treatment.


When recovering from orthopaedic surgery, many people benefit from the advice and special care that comes from consulting with a specialist orthopaedic OT.


Paediatric OT specialists play an important role when it comes to helping children to develop essential life skills.


This specialism relates to OTs whose area of expertise calls upon them to work with people who are recovering from the effects of injury or illness: By employing a series of home and/or work-based strategies, the goal of this type of treatment is to help an individual to take steps towards becoming fully rehabilitated.


OTs dealing with this specialism work with people who have suffered a stroke; by providing support and helpful advice, these OTs help individuals to make steps towards rehabilitation.

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The above summary is by no means exhaustive: LOT provides reliable, professional resources for all of your OT staffing requirements.

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