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Written by Kaitlyn Angermeier, Published on December 18, 2018

As an occupational therapist, especially in an interdisciplinary setting, it’s more than likely you’re going to work with a physical therapist. While your interaction may be in a daily, weekly, or quarterly timetable, many patients who work with OT will be working with PT at a similar time.

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Topics:occupational therapyRehab

Written by Carly Ahonen, Published on December 11, 2018

Tips about how to do something are great; they give you a starting point when you have no idea where to begin. Tips about what not to do when attempting something are even better because you get to learn from someone else’s mistakes before you make your own. Thankfully, I’ve made a few mistakes when applying to Occupational Therapy school and now you get to reap the benefits of not being like me. Read on to discover my list of 11 things not to do when applying to OT school.

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Topics:applying to graduate school

Written by Erika Del Pozo, Published on December 4, 2018

Hola! Does learning a new language overwhelm you? Does the thought of speaking Spanish in a clinical setting raise your BP? Well, you're in luck! Your friendly neighborhood Cubana OT is here to teach you Spanish 101 and class is in session! I require una manzana (apple) as a gift from each and every one of you. Just in case you’re wondering, Vick’s VapoRub cures every illness known to man. And yes, I basically survived solely on flan, black beans, and re-runs of ¿Qué Pasa, USA? as a child. Vámonos (let’s go)!

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