Occupational therapy (OT) is the use of activities to help people who have suffered injury or disability to be as independent as possible in daily life. Occupational Therapists (OTs) work with people of all ages and abilities, including children, adults and the elderly.

OT intervention at Life is client-centred, and will vary based on individual needs. Your first meeting with the therapist will take the form of an assessment that will guide the therapeutic activities conducted during future visits.

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About the Therapist

anastasiagradphotos-135Raquel Martinez MSc, OTR, OTD is the Secretary of the Trinidad and Tobago Occupational Therapy Association (TTOTA) and the Caribbean delegate to the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT). She received her Masters in OT at Columbia University and her Doctoral degree at Boston University. She is a Director at Life Occupational Therapy and a lecturer in the Masters of Occupational Therapy programme at the University of the Southern Caribbean. Raquel enjoys working with a variety of clients and practices in pediatrics, geriatrics, physical disability and mental health.