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"Occupational Therapy (OT) is a client-centered approach that focuses on helping individuals with chronic illnesses to engage in meaningful activities and routines that support their overall health and well-being. By working with an Occupational Therapist, individuals can develop the skills and strategies needed to manage their chronic illness and live a fulfilling life.
OT can support and provide numerous benefits for chronic illness management, including improving physical and cognitive function, increasing independence and self-care, and reducing pain and fatigue. Through tailored exercise programs, adaptive equipment and environmental modifications, OT can help individuals with chronic illness to manage their symptoms and maintain their quality of life.
OT can also help individuals develop coping strategies for managing stress, anxiety, and depression. By teaching relaxation techniques, mindfulness practices, and cognitive-behavioral strategies, OT can help individuals to manage their emotions and improve their mental health."

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