Sarah Stromsdorfer, OTR/L

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Activity Tolerance Intervention Ideas for Occupational Therapists

For starters, what is activity tolerance? When we think about activity tolerance in relation to occupational therapy, we are referring to tolerance to activities of daily living. Therefore, in this instance, activity tolerance is an individual’s ability to tolerate completing activities of daily living. Decreased activity tolerance is one of the main limitations of patients […]

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10 Fine Motor Coordination Activities for Neuro Patients

As an Occupational Therapist or COTA working in the adult rehab settings, you will see your fair share of patients with a neurological disorder that affects their fine motor coordination. This can include a stroke, spinal cord injury, brain injury, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, or any other illness that affects the patient’s nervous system. These conditions can […]

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