Occupational therapy is a client-centred health profession that focuses on increasing health and well-being via occupation, which refers to the practical and meaningful activities that enable people to live independently and with a sense of self. The major purpose of occupational therapy is to enable patients to participate in daily activities such as self-care, work, and pleasure. Occupational therapists help people and communities improve their ability to participate in the professions they desire, need, or are required to do by altering the occupation and/or the environment to better support their participation. Occupational rehabilitation is the science and practise of restoring wounded workers to a level of daily work activities that is appropriate to their functional and cognitive capabilities in relation to their job, which may be influenced by the severity of their impairments. The role of an occupational therapist is to assist people in overcoming the impacts of impaired functioning caused by disease, ageing, and/or accidents so that they can carry out daily duties or occupations, whether they are physical, psychological, social, or environmental.