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Adolescent Amputee Gets Evaluated by OT

1970s
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An occupational therapist in 1977 performs an evaluation on an adolescent who had an upper extremity amputation.

Susan Jojokian, occupational therapist at the Handicapped and Crippled Children’s Clinic in Washington, D.C., performs a check-out evaluation on an upper extremity adolescent amputee.

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