Occupational Therapy

What is an occupational therapy school?


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2011-07-13 00:43:44
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An occupational Therapy School is an institution that helps its students with day-to-day activities that may be otherwise restricted to them. They promote well being and health through environmental adaptation.


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As they address two different areas (occupational therapy- the tasks of living, physical therapy- functioning as it relates to mobility)- there is no quantifiable answer to that question.

Pre-occupational therapy is a group of classes that are taken at the university level before classes can begin for occupational therapy. A person taking classes in pre occupational therapy, can work as an occupational therapy assistant.

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You must go to a school that has an accredited occupational therapy assistant program. Before entering the program there are a number of prerequisites you must complete. Each school may be a little different so check with the school in which you plan to attend. If you attend a different school from the one that the occupational therapy program is at, make sure the credits are acceptable before attending.

First one should attempt to prepare oneself for Occupational Therapy School at regular secondary school by studying appropriate classes. Then one can search for an acceptable school in the area, universities will have information on where to go.

Yes, there are such things as Occupational Therapy schools. These schools educate young professionals about the many needs which exist in the occupational therapy field.

There are a number of schools which offer occupational therapy courses online. To see a list go to http://www.worldwidelearn.com/health/physical-therapy/occupational-therapy/.

It is important that you choose an occupational therapy program that is board-certified by the State of California. Luckily, your state has a register of all such programs on their website: www.bot.ca.gov/ot_schools_ca.shtm

Occupational Therapy in Health Care was created in 1984.

American Occupational Therapy Association was created in 1917.

Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy was created in 1993.

Elizabeth Cara has written: 'Psychosocial occupational therapy' -- subject(s): Occupational therapy, Mentally ill, Rehabilitation 'Psychosocial occupational therapy in clinical practice' -- subject(s): Occupational therapy, Mentally ill, Rehabilitation

Oceanography, optometry and occupational therapy are school subjects.

Marilyn B. Cole has written: 'Group dynamics in occupational therapy' -- subject(s): Occupational Therapy, Methods, Occupational therapy, Group Psychotherapy, Group psychotherapy, Social groups 'Group dynamics in occupational therapy' -- subject(s): Occupational therapy, Group psychotherapy, Small groups, Social groups

Haru Hirama has written: 'Occupational therapy assistant' -- subject(s): Handbooks, manuals, Occupational therapy, Occupational therapy assistants 'Activity Analysis'

This site has a good list of the top occupational therapy schools in the country, depending on your location and whether you want a public or private school. http://www.univsource.com/ot.htm

It is St Therese, the little flower.

Gary Kielhofner has written: 'Conceptual foundations of occupational therapy' -- subject(s): Occupational therapy, Occupational Therapy 'Health Through Occupation' 'A Model of Human Occupation' -- subject(s): Models, Psychological, Occupational therapy, Psychological Models

Physical therapy focuses on movement while occupational therapy focuses on function and participation in activities of daily living

Optometry and occupational therapy are school subjects. They begin with the letter o.

Oceanography, optometry and occupational therapy are school subjects.

Kathlyn L. Reed has written: 'Quick Reference to Occupational Therapy' -- subject(s): Handbooks, Handbooks, manuals, Occupational therapy 'Models of practice in occupational therapy' -- subject(s): Models, Theoretical, Occupational therapy, Theoretical Models

A master's degree or higher in occupational therapy is the minimum requirement for entry into the field

If you are looking for occupational therapy schools, I suggest you check out your local University, where you may be able to find a course on occupational therapy. Good luck looking for some courses!

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