Occupational Therapy Assistant
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Showing compassion and patience are strengths of those who choose occupational therapy for a career. You’ll be able to assist patients develop, recover and improve skills for daily living.
As an occupational therapy assistant (OTA), you will work under the direction and supervision of an occupational therapist in a variety of settings and situations from adults recovering from a stroke, to children and young adults with developmental disabilities. The patients and their needs are widely varied and each day holds new, rewarding challenges.