40 Best Online Tools for Occupational Therapists

Published by admin on November 07, 2011

If studying for a master’s in occupational therapy or looking for a career in the field, it is important to demonstrate a wide skill set. Knowing the latest tricks of the trade as well as the old favorites is all vital to a career as an occupational therapist (OT). And the average person doesn’t have the time or access to study each OT practice individually.

To help you get the next best thing, we have gathered the 40 best online tools for occupational therapists. They can help you learn the latest developments in the field, new tips and tricks, expert opinions, and even a few options to turn your smart phone into one of your most important tools.

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There are a number of rewarding jobs out there. However, not everyone is suited for every job. It can be difficult to know which job you are likely to enjoy the most, or thrive doing. In many cases, salary is only part of the equation. Job satisfaction often depends on your personality, how you feel about what you are doing, whether you enjoy your work, and the perks and benefits that come with the job. If you are looking to get started down a career path, the following 40 free tests, quizzes and apps can help you find your true career calling:

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Top 50 Occupational Therapy Blogs

Published by admin on July 09, 2010

Occupational therapists help people get to the point where they can do every day tasks. The whole point of occupational therapy is to allow people the chance to move forward. This can be for those who are born with specific issues, or for those who acquired them through some sort of accident. An occupational therapist can be quite helpful in terms of helping people help themselves. Here are 50 great occupational therapy blogs. [click to continue…]

40 Free Open Courseware Classes on Occupational Therapy

Published by Jennifer on July 01, 2010

Occupational therapy, often abbreviated as “OT,” is a field that is defined by the people who help patients improve their ability to perform tasks in living and working environments. Occupational therapists work with patients who have permanent disabilities, elderly patients or with people who are temporarily disabled yet who need to become re-adjusted to work and home life. This work often requires a broad knowledge of the human condition across physical, emotional and mental capabilities as well as knowledge about the tools available to bring those workers back into a ‘normal’ social environment. [click to continue…]