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What is Neurodiversity-Affirming Occupational Therapy, Anyway?

Wondering what neurodiversity-affirming occupational therapy for adults looks like?

It looks different for every person depending on their needs and priorities, but it usually addresses some of the following areas:

1. Participation in daily life

2. Sensory processing

3. Energy management

4. Self-awareness and advocacy

5. Emotion regulation

6. Executive functioning

Your OT partners with you to help you better understand your distinct neurotype, identify and lean into your strengths, develop systems, modify your environment/demands to live a healthier and fuller life.

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