Neuroplasticity – while not a concept unique to OT – holds tremendous application for neurorehabilitation provided by OTs. Neuroplasticity refers to the brain’s ability to adapt and change over the course of one’s life – not just in the period of development. This is particularly important when considering rehabilitation following a neurological event such as a stroke.
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