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Written by Dominic Lloyd-Randolfi, Published on September 19, 2016

Everyone knows that OT school is stressful.  A lot of information to taught in a short period of time and it's the real world application that is skimmed over.

The occupational therapy assistant (OTA) is a necessary position and you may not know what they do. Below are three tips for OTs and OTAs to work together as smoothly as possible. These tips will help you as a new grad transition from the classroom to the clinic, and from student to a manager.

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Topics:Careersoccupational therapy assistants


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