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Interested in becoming an Occupational Therapist?
- Do you want to learn more about occupational therapy?
- Are you interested in working with children or adults who struggle in their daily life due to a disability?
- Are you deciding between a career in occupational therapy versus other professions?
- Are you researching occupational therapy, but want to gain a better understanding of the profession without having to waste time looking all over the Internet?
In this 140+ page E-book, you will learn about:
- What occupational therapy is.
- The perception of occupational therapy in society.
- Challenges faced on the job by practitioners.
- Why occupational therapy is effective.
- Environments and populations that occupational therapists work in and with.
- What occupational therapists really do in their work.
- The meaningful activities that occupational therapists address.
- Foundational theories of occupational therapy practice.
- Fundamental OT concepts that provide a preview of what OT school will be like.
- And much more!
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Introduction to Occupational Therapy
- Occupational Therapy Defined
- The Perception of Occupational Therapy in Society
- Is Occupational Therapy Effective?
- A Challenge Faced by Occupational Therapists
- Bachelor’s and Doctorate Degree Mandate
- Credentials and Alphabet Soup
- OT vs COTA
- Job Description
- Work Environments
- Daytime Outpatient Mental Health OT Job Description
- Addressing Job Burnout
- Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
- ADL Interventions
- Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs)
- Rest and Sleep
- Social Participation
Theories of OT Practice
- Introduction to Theories
- Person-Environment-Occupation (PEO)
- Model of Human Occupation (MOHO)
- Biomechanical & Rehabilitative
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Fundamental OT Concepts
- Patient or Client?
- Code of Ethics
- Occupational Therapy Practice Framework (OTPF)
- Active & Empathetic Listening
- Occupational Profile
- Occupation as Means and as End
- Top-Down vs. Bottom-Up
- Teaching Methods
- Remediation vs. Compensation
- Just-Right Challenge & Grading
- Levels of Assistance
How to Become an Occupational Therapist
- Research and Preparation
- Prerequisites and Requirements
- Volunteering (Shadowing) Hours
- School Applicant Interview
- Capstone Project
- Fieldwork Overview
- Level I Fieldwork
- Level II Fieldwork
- Fieldwork Placement
- OT Board Exam (NBCOT)
- Your Next Steps