Presented on September 9, 2022.
Presented by Samar Muslemani, OT, MSc of the University of Sherbrooke
A leading clinician and researcher in occupational therapy (OT) defines this form of healthcare and advise on how it can be used by individuals with DM1 and DM2 and their families. She also discusses the ways that adaptation, task alteration, devices, or environmental changes can help individuals with DM, both children and adults, make their daily life easier. She specifically addresses common issues and solutions in different activities such as moving, toileting, and eating for adults and children.