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Activity Tolerance Intervention Ideas for Occupational Therapists

Before We Get into Interventions, What is Activity Tolerance? When we think about activity tolerance in relation to occupational therapy, we are referring to tolerance related to a person’s typical activities of daily living. Therefore, in this instance, activity tolerance is an individual’s ability to tolerate completing their activities of daily living. Activity tolerance can […]

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11+ Fine Motor Coordination Activities for Adult Rehab Patients

As an occupational therapist, OT student or COTA working in any adult rehab setting, you will see your fair share of patients with a new or exacerbated diagnosis that affects their fine motor coordination. This can include a stroke, spinal cord injury, brain injury, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, or any other illness that affects the patient’s […]

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How To Write a Great Occupational Therapy Cover Letter (with Template)

Writing an outstanding occupational therapy cover letter does just that: it makes you stand out from the crowd! There’s no shortage of OT students (or therapists) for that matter. It’s important to make sure your accomplishments and background are highlighted in the right way. You may be wondering what’s important to include. You may be […]

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6 MORE Amazing Non-Clinical Jobs for Occupational Therapists

In our first non-clinical jobs for occupational therapists article, Alternative Career Paths for Occupational Therapists, we highlighted 15 amazing alternative career paths for OTs, and we are excited in this article to share even more non-clinical career routes for OTs and COTAs. These positions also have an increased emphasis on remote opportunities! Note: This post […]

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