NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — A breast cancer diagnosis can bring overwhelming feelings, thoughts, and questions on how to live as normally as possible.

Occupational therapists are essential in ensuring you can do the activities you love most.

Katilyn Chambless, an occupational therapist with Hartford HealthCare’s Rehabilitation Network, explained how patients could benefit from occupational therapy and what they should expect.

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