Occupational Therapy is a person-centered health profession that aims to increase the health and well-being of the person. The main goal is to increase quality of life of an injured person with meaningful and purposeful activities and to ensure their participation in social life. With an approach that aims to maximize the independence of the person in daily life, it increases the life roles of the person by making work, occupation and activity more accessible.

Occupational therapists collaborate with individuals, groups and communities and have extensive training in the necessary medical, social, behavioral, psychological, psychosocial and occupational therapy sciences. People actively participate in the process and the results are person-centered. Occupational therapists also work with disadvantaged, marginalized or restricted individuals and communities.