Occupational therapy (OT) is all about helping people do important activities in their everyday lives. Occupational therapists work with people of all ages who have challenges with their bodies, thinking, learning, or emotions that make it hard to do daily activities. They help them become independent, learn new skills, make changes to their surroundings, and feel better overall.

Physical therapy (PT) helps people move better and become stronger. Physical therapists work with those who have problems with their bodies, like injuries or difficulties moving. They help them get stronger, more flexible, and able to do things they want to do physically.

PTs help people to walk, OTs help them to dance!