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Basket Weaving and Other Early OT Activities

Basket Weaving and Other Early OT Activities

Welcome to Occupied With History, a new column from Grant Mitchell, AKA the Millennial OT! Every month, he’ll be sharing stories of the origins of Occupational Therapy. Stay tuned for more! In a 1993 young adult dystopian novel often assigned in High School English, Lois Lowry mentions occupational therapy (OT) …

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A Student’s Guide to AOTA Conference

Student's guide to AOTA conference

Why I’m excited to go to AOTA as an OT student The AOTA Annual Conference & Expo isn’t only for super successful OTRs/COTAs who have their school days behind them. In reality, there are countless reasons to attend the AOTA conference as a student. The trick is figuring out what …

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What NOT To Do When Applying For OT Jobs

applying for OT jobs

We all know that applying for OT jobs is intimidating. It is especially stressful applying for OT jobs since this may be your first “real” job as a new grad occupational therapist. From building a great resume to writing the perfect cover letter, it’s all a bit daunting. But now …

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