Metro: Local occupational therapist lends a hand to Korean colleagues
"People hear the word 'occupational' and think it just refers to your job," says Hanna Hyon, who just received a master's in occupational therapy from Samson College of Health Sciences at the University of the Sciences. "But actually, it's all your activities -- all the ways you occupy your time." This includes
job-related activities, but also cooking and cleaning. It also means hobbies, sports and games.