The Occupational therapist teach people, after or during an illness or accident, to cope with the constraints arising. As a result, they learn to function again. Well in everyday living and working environments Not the disease or the resulting disability is the focus of the therapist, but well able to cope with the consequences of the restrictions. Consider the constraints resulting from a brain hemorrhage caused by Parkinson's disease, during and after heart failure after an accident such as a hand injury, or simply due to old age. Occupational therapists also provide advice on mandatory and possible adjustments for reintegration at home, at work and in public buildings ..