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What is the role of an occupational therapist in stroke rehabilitation?

An occupational therapist helps you return to as many activities of daily life as possible. The therapy involves relearning basic activities such as eating, bathing, dressing, and writing, or mastering new ways of accomplishing these tasks.

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