Learn About Occupational Therapy for Children & Youth

A child’s life is made up of “occupations,” or daily activities. These occupations include playing, learning, and socializing. Occupational therapy practitioners work with children and their families to help them succeed in these activities throughout the day.

They also help with basic challenges faced by most families, from creating morning routines to choosing appropriate toys.

Occupational therapists must have a master’s degree for entry-level practice, and occupational therapy assistants must have an associate’s degree. Both must pass an initial certification exam.

For more details please click this link https://www.aota.org/About-Occupational-Therapy/Patients-Clients/ChildrenAndYouth.aspx

Learn About Occupational Therapy for Adults

Occupational therapy practitioners help older adults to safely do the things they want to do. They work with people in their homes, their workplaces, their communities, or in facilities.

Occupational therapists must have a master’s degree for entry-level practice, and occupational therapy assistants must have an associate’s degree. Both must pass an initial certification exam.

For more details please click this link https://www.aota.org/About-Occupational-Therapy/Patients-Clients/Adults.aspx