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3 Tips for Applying to OT School

Applying to OT school is not easy. It can seem like a time of constant self-doubt and worry. Here at NGOT, we want to help you become the best OT you can be, starting right at the application process! Check out these 3 tips to help those of you applying to …

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The OT Student’s Guide to Summer Break!

Summer break. The two words we wait for all year. A time for renewal, relaxation, and a step closer to becoming an OT.  Some OT programs allow a 2-3 break before delving back into more coursework or clinical work. Others offer a full, 3-month break! Regardless of how long your …

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6 Ways to Manage Productivity Levels for New Grad OTs

Hospitals, home health, and skilled nursing facilities are all settings with difficult productivity levels for new grad OTs. Struggling with this is okay. The challenge comes in trying to juggle paperwork, team meetings, chart reviews, and still being able to provide your clients with quality care The good news is, …

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50 Occupational Therapy Instagrams for New Grads

NGOT recommends following these 50 occupational therapy Instagrams if you’re on IG. Check out the square pictures depicting life’s occupations and become inspired. In celebration of our profession’s 100th birthday and #OTmonth, what easier way to recognize occupational therapy than to get connected with OT practitioners at the quick click to …

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3 Tips to Avoid Occupational Therapy Burnout

You’re exhausted. You’re finding it difficult to convey a complete thought. You’re realizing it’s only Tuesday and only 3-hours into your 9-hour shift…. and you’re totally burning yourself out! Occupational therapy burnout is real. Most clinicians experience it at some point during their careers, but we at NGOT want to …

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