Tag: occupational rehabilitation

OTA Student Gets Up Close with Rehabilitation Technology through Service

OTA Student Gets Up Close with Rehabilitation Technology through Service

Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) Student and California Campus Compact Student Fellow, Patricia Hansen, aims to encourage and support individuals undergoing therapy for traumatic brain injury. The ever-evolving technological advances in the occupational therapy field are a complex yet exciting part of occupational therapy that offers a challenge for OTAs to stay on top of the […]

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Unique Therapy Environments: The Occupational Rehabilitation Kitchen

Unique Therapy Environments: The Occupational Rehabilitation Kitchen

At the heart of the house, the kitchen is a room in which every person is accustom to doing a wide variety of tasks, whether it is putting away groceries, loading and unloading a dishwasher, or following a recipe. It is also a prime environment in which Occupational Therapists can evaluate an individual’s performance and […]

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