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Written by Tracy Milius, Published on July 20, 2016

As you achieve your professional degree and look back on the years spent studying the theory and practice of occupational therapy, you may be eager to focus on a specialty straight away. Before setting yourself on a path that could box you into neuro, acute rehab or another area, consider the benefits of continuing to practice as a generalist.

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