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Written by Lauren Elitzak, OTR/L, PT, DPT, Published on February 27, 2018

Dear Parents,

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Topics:Clinicalopen letterspediatric occupational therapy

Written by Grant Mitchell MOT, OTR/L, Published on February 20, 2018

When considering a career in occupational therapy (OT), at some point most pre-OTs probably read the articles about OT being in the top 50, 10, or even topping the charts at number one in years past, as “best job.” In an article by Jacquelyn Smith for MSN Money, OT was listed as one of the predicted “hottest” jobs for 2016. As a new graduate looking for work, the process was certainly overwhelming for me.

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Topics:Careersmental healthPRNtips for new grads

Written by Shannen Marie Coley OTR/L, Published on February 14, 2018

Last year we released “5 Reasons to Date an Occupational Therapist,” because let’s face it: occupational therapists make great partners. Yep, we went there, because we at NGOT want to prepare our future spouses for all of our unique quirks. To prove it, here’s our compiled list of reasons why you should marry an occupational therapist.

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Written by Shannen Marie Coley OTR/L, Published on February 6, 2018

So you’re thinking about becoming an acute inpatient rehab OT?

Newly graduated, in the midst of studying for the NBCOT, and on the pursuit of applying for a plethora of OT jobs: sound familiar? There are so many settings from which to choose: outpatient ortho, home health, acute inpatient rehab . . . the list goes on.

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Topics:acute careacute inpatient rehabapplying to OT jobsARUCareersFirst JobIRFpatientsRehabself-caresettings


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