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Occupational Therapy -> Balance
Occupational therapists address balance as it relates to an individual’s daily occupations. Balance is required for several important daily tasks, for example, stepping into and out of the shower, reaching for a toy or dish, kicking a ball while playing a game, maintaining a safe seated position at a desk or table, climbing up the steps of the playground at recess, and many more.
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Author: American Occupational Therapy Association - Is gait assessment/training and the use of these tools within the occupational therapy scope of practice?