Stanbridge OTA Grad is Awarded Honorary Award from OTAC

Stanbridge OTA Grad is Awarded Honorary Award from OTAC

Recent Stanbridge Occupational Therapy Assistant program graduate Erika Agustin has been awarded the 2017 Occupational Therapy Association of California (OTAC) Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) Honorary Award. The OTA Honorary Award is a special award that is given to a OTAC member who has made significant contributions to the advancement of Occupational Therapy (OT) in areas […]

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What is the Difference Between Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy?

Helping people heal and live more fully is one of the most rewarding things you can do with your time. Making a career out of caring is more than a job, it is a truly gratifying lifelong purpose. However, the choices available for career opportunities in care are vast and varied. Do you know the […]

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Stanbridge University Increases Virtual Reality Offerings with Addition of World’s First Virtual Dissection Table

Stanbridge University is pleased to announce the addition of the the most technologically advanced anatomy visualization system in the world to its Virtual Reality Lab. Stanbridge students can now utilize this rare and innovative tool used by the top hospitals and medical facilities. The Anatomage Table is the only fully segmented real human 3D anatomy […]

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Where do Occupational Therapy Assistants Work?

Have you considered a career in occupational therapy? When choosing a career path, it is important to think about where you want to end up working. As an occupational therapist or an occupational therapist assistant, you have many options at your fingertips and can specialize your studies or specialty to something that you will truly […]

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Record-Breaking Number of Community Engagement Fellowships Earned by Stanbridge University Students

Record-Breaking Number of Community Engagement Fellowships Earned by Stanbridge University Students

Stanbridge University has become the first ever California Campus Compact (CACC) member-campus to receive 26 Community Engagement Student Fellowships (CESF) in a two-year period. The CACC CESF is a valuable program that provides a variety of opportunities for students to enhance their educational experience through service. The unprecedented total of 26 fellowships since 2016 is […]

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What does a Veterinary Technician do?

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the demand for veterinary technicians and technologists will rise by 20 percent in the next ten years.[1] This has more people considering careers in this field. But what does a veterinary technician do, exactly? Veterinary technicians, also known as vet techs, are educated to be the veterinarian’s nurse, […]

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Nursing Student is Improving the Healthcare System, One Hospital at a Time

Nursing Student is Improving the Healthcare System, One Hospital at a Time

  Ms. Paige Dillman, President of the Stanbridge University Nursing Association (SUNSA) is working toward her RN degree. Her recent California Campus Compact Community Engagement Student Fellowship (CESF) has empowered her to help improve the internal workings of hospitals and the nursing profession at large. With her fellowship, Ms. Dillman discovered new aspects of nursing […]

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Vet Tech Student Volunteered with the OC Zoo to Develop Better Animal Care

Vet Tech Student Volunteered with the OC Zoo to Develop Better Animal Care

Stanbridge Vet Tech student Cedar Yardumian is a California Campus Compact Community Engagement Student Fellow and has been making a lasting impact on the animals of the OC Zoo and Serrano Animal Hospital in her fellowship. Veterinary Technician student Cedar Yardumian is working toward her A.S. at Stanbridge and was awarded the California Campus Compact […]

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Horses Help in Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy embraces using horses in therapy programs across the country. Animal use in occupational therapy may not be a new concept, but it isn’t widely utilized yet. Occupational Therapist Assistant Emily Gamache proves that she sees faster results in the progress of her clients when she utilizes horses in her therapy, especially with her […]

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