Little Ways to Make Your Occupational Therapy Sessions More Effective 

February 18th, 2015 by

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Occupational Therapy is More than Learning How to Eat Again

August 21st, 2014 by

OT exercising with a patientWhen you tell people you’re an occupational therapist, their first question is probably, “What exactly do you do?” (perhaps after their attempt to clarify, “Oh so you help people get jobs, right?”). [...] Read More

6 Typical Practice Settings for Occupational Therapists

August 14th, 2014 by

occupational therapy in homeOccupational therapists (OTs) can practice in a variety of settings, from community-based to more institutionalized environments. Typically, the specific population receiving OT determines the type of setting where services are provided. [...] Read More