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Occupational therapy

Occupational therapy

Cancer and its treatments can cause difficulty in completing important tasks, including day-to day activities. An Occupational Therapist can help you maintain your abilities before, during and after treatment.

Our Occupational Therapist can help you with:

  • managing day-to-day activities at home
  • managing fatigure
  • returning to work
  • getting better sleep
  • managing trouble with memory
  • preventing falls in your home
  • accessing assistive devices and mobility aids
  • connect with Community Care Access Centres for home support services

Occupational Therapy services are part of your care at the Odette Cancer Centre. If you have Occupational Therapy questions, please speak with a member of your care team.

Visit us at TG-230 (on the ground floor of the Odette Cancer Centre).

Call us at 416-480-4623.

You may also find useful resources through the following websites:

Brain Fog Class
Returning to Work Class
Back at Work Class
Cancer Exercise


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Patient and Family Support

Phone: 416-480-4623
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.