AUTHORS - DR.HEMA BIJU, DR.JAYANTI YADAV&DR.JYOTI SUNDARAM
Muscular dystrophy is a disease that progressively weakens not just the patient, but affects the entire family too in their day to day living. Occupational therapists have a unique ongoing role in supporting and working with patients with muscular dystrophy as the patient’s needs are constantly changing. They need to assess and evaluate an individual’s physical, psychological and social needs and focus on maximizing skills, promoting and enabling independence, as well as improving the quality of life of the affected individual and his family.
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