Occupational Therapy and multiple sclerosis

Publish date: 
Aug 2014

Occupational therapists (OTs) work in health and social care. They can support you to manage a range of physical, mental or emotional symptoms. 

For example, an OT can suggest making changes to your physical environment, or altering the way you do a task, or show you how to relearn to do something.

They can also address other needs such as housing adaptations or, if required, address any re-housing issues.

This leaflet describes the help they can give and how to find an OT.

Page last updated: 18 Oct 2017

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