A career as an Occupational Therapy Assistant is a fulfilling one, since you are able to help people and develop relationships with patients. As an OTA, you provide opportunities to help others live a better life while helping expand the healthcare economy.
Why Is Occupational Therapy Important?
According to the American Occupational Therapy Association, Occupational Theory (OT) is defined as the therapeutic use of occupations, including daily life activities, with individuals and groups to support participation, performance and function in situations and roles in every day settings. OT determines areas where an individual requires assistance and helps the person perform an activity or adapt to the environment or task. OTAs are crucial in helping people regain their ability and independence to enjoy life to its fullest.
Why Should You Want to be an Occupational Therapy Assistant?
Being an occupational therapist assistant (OTA) offers a combination of benefits such as:
To help you get a start in this great career, American Career College offers a 20-month certified Occupational Therapy Assistants associate degree program that blends classroom, clinical and laboratory learning. To learn more, contact us today.
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