How To Write a Great OT Cover Letter

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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non clinical jobs for occupational therapists

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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Occupational Therapy’s Role in Driver Rehabilitation1

Occupational Therapy’s Role in Driver Rehabilitation

As occupational therapists, we consider driving to be an instrumental activity of daily living (IADL) that may sometimes be addressed as part of treatment, but did you know that occupational therapy’s role in driver rehabilitation can be considered its own practice area entirely? Driver rehabilitation is a specialized area of occupational therapy that helps someone […]

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How AOTF is Building Evidence to Improve OT Practice and Health

How AOTF is Building Evidence to Improve OT Practice and Health

We’re thrilled to feature this guest post from the American Occupational Therapy Foundation (AOTF) to showcase the great work this non-profit does for the OT profession (and you) with ways we can all help support this crucial organization!  Evidence-based practice has transformed occupational therapy and the need for more evidence grows every day. Since 1965, […]

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the role of ot in mental health

The Role of OT in Mental Health

There are a lot of people who don’t know what occupational therapy is, but even fewer know about the role of OT in mental health. But in fact, the profession of occupational therapy first came to be known within psychiatric hospitals. This is why the term occupational therapy contains the word occupation. Therapists who worked […]

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ADL Building Blocks Posture and Balance

ADL Building Blocks: Posture and Balance

What comes to mind when you are asked, “What are ADLs?” Some ADLs that are most likely to cross your mind at first are bathing, dressing, and toileting. Can you recall all of the others? Bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, eating, feeding, sexual activity, ADL-related functional mobility, and personal device care are the activities that the […]

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