April is Occupational Therapy Month

Occupational therapists are rehabilitation professionals who help people of all ages improve their skills to live their life to its fullest. They promote health and wellness, educate on lifestyle or environmental changes, and teach new skills to those that have an acquired injury or live with a physical or mental disability. Occupational therapists assist disabled and healthy individuals achieve their goals and maximize their level of independence and participation in valued occupations.

Occupational therapy is a rewarding career in high demand. Barry offers a hybrid Masters’ program delivered on weekends and especially tailored for working adults. For more information visit: www.barry.edu/ot.

For more information about the occupational therapy profession, you may visit www.aota.org.

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