My uncle Sol read The New York Times cover to cover every single day of his life. I begged him to be a contestant on Jeopardy. His encyclopedic knowledge would have put him in the Tournament of Champions. Age and medical complications threatened to put his paper-reading streak in jeopardy. It was an occupational therapist who helped him regain the ability to enjoy his favorite pastime. Occupational therapists work with patients suffering from mental, physical, or developmental challenges to help them recover their daily life or work routines.
Outlook for Occupational Therapists
Sources: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ...