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Occupational therapists (OT) help people function in school or work through learning skills, or by adapting their work or school environment. OTs can assist with mental health by teaching sensory processing and self-regulation strategies; help with fine and gross motor.

 

OTs usually work with organizations such as schools or through the school board, and some also work in private practices.

Services provided include: Occupational Therapy Speech Language Therapy Social Work Child and family services Mental Health and Addictions Services more
4200 Labelle, Ottawa, ON, K1J 1J8 Map
613-745-5525
All ages
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The College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario is the organization established by the provincial government to oversee the practice of occupational ... more
20 Bay Street, Toronto, ON, M5J 2N8 Map
416-214-1177
All ages
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Bellwood is an international leader in addiction treatment with 30 years of experience. Bellwood’s programs are accredited with Exemplary Standing, have high ... more
175 Brentcliffe Road, Toronto, ON, M4G 0C5 Map
416-495-0926
18 years and up
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Looking for an occupational therapist (OT)? The OT search website through the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists makes it easy to find an occupational therapist anywhere in Canada. more
1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, ON, K1S 5R1 Map
800-434-2268
All ages
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Private Practice Professionals and Commercial Businesses

Jodi Cotnam - Occupational Therapist
Physical address not provided
613-293-3360
All ages
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SPROUT Occupational Therapy
14B Mill Street, Almonte, ON, K0A 1A0 Map
613-299-6936
Up to 18 years
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