The American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.

Using Adaptive Aides

1980s
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This occupational therapist helps this man with tying his shoe using an adaptive aide.

Occupational therapists often recommend adaptive aides to assist amputee patients in performing self-care activities. A man who lost an arm and leg in a motorcycle accident practices tying his shoe.

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