Occupational therapists perform some or all of the following duties:
A. Analyse clients' capabilities and expectations related to life activities through observation, interviews and formal assessments
B. Develop intervention programs to address clients' needs related to self-care, work and leisure activities
C. Maintain clients' records
D. Establish personalized plans to support occupational performance targets as a member of an interprofessionnal collaborative team
E. Consult and advise on health promotion programs to prevent disabilities and to maximize independent function in all activities of life
F. May supervise support personnel and students and provide training.
G. Occupational therapists may specialize in working with specific populations such as children or adults, or persons with distinct problems such as dementia, traumatic brain injury and chronic pain, or provide special interventions such as return-to-work programs.