OT frames of reference

25 OT Frames of Reference: A Quick Overview for Students and Practitioners

The occupational therapy discipline is built on several foundational theories that are fascinating, but they can also feel drawn out and extremely challenging to digest. So, we have decided to assist OT students and OT practitioners by providing summarized highlights of the OT frames of reference all in one place. But first, let’s get past […]

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Decide If Becoming an OT Is Right For You

Are you interested in becoming an occupational therapist (OT) or occupational therapy assistant (OTA)?  Maybe you’re just curious about the OT profession, or you’re seriously contemplating going into the wonderful field of occupational therapy. Either way, this article is for you! First off, if you’re brand-new to learning about OT, you may be wondering what […]

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strategies for evidence based occupational therapy

5 Strategies to be an Evidence-Based OT Practitioner

If your occupational therapy program was anything like mine, the importance of occupation-based treatments and evidence-based practice was drilled into your head on a near-daily basis. While a variety of functional interventions were discussed, ones that had hard data to support their efficacy were exalted, whereas other, older OT interventions may have fallen out of […]

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self care for occupational therapists

Self-Care Tips & Strategies for Occupational Therapists and Students

According to U.S. News, Occupational Therapy as a profession ranks #20 in the best healthcare jobs overall. Their rankings are based on a full assessment of salary and work-life balance that the jobs provide. All things considered, that’s a pretty good ranking compared to the wide array of possible healthcare jobs available in the U.S. […]

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