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Written by Dominic Lloyd-Randolfi, Published on October 27, 2016

As you all know, this year’s Presidential Election has been anything but normal. With so much misinformation out there, it can be tricky to decipher what it all means.

Thankfully, NGOT put together a guide to help you through this year’s election cycle and how it will affect the profession of occupational therapy.

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Topics:insuranceNew Grad Successpolitics

Written by Matthew Alpert, OTR/L, Published on October 19, 2016

Since graduating and landing your first clinical position, it might be time to bring your resume up-to-date.

For those who have been successfully practicing as an occupational therapist, your resume might need updating for the all important promotion, internal interview, or a new position at a different facility.

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Topics:New Grad Successoccupational therapy resumequality of liferesume

Written by Steve Flathers, Published on October 17, 2016

For new OTs, the idea of building your professional brand can be daunting enough. Starting your own practice can seem unfathomable at times. However, building a caseload and finding reliable referral sources depend primarily on your willingness to put yourself out there as an expert in the field. They also hinge largely on your organization and willingness to follow up on leads.

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Topics:Careerscommunicationnetworkingtips for new gradstips for occupational therapy students

Written by Grant Mitchell MOT, OTR/L, Published on October 13, 2016

Before I graduated occupational therapy school, I was given advice about looking for a first job.

That advice was:

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Written by Matthew Alpert, OTR/L, Published on October 10, 2016

Choosing the right position as a newly graduated occupational therapist is a hard decision.

You want to start making money, paying down those student loans, but most of all, apply what you learned and helping clients. The difficult part about choosing a position will be first choosing the area of practice you want to work in.

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Topics:Careerschoosing a positionjob huntoccupational therapy specialty


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