Occupational Therapists treat disabled, sick or wounded patients with special equipment and the therapeutic use of everyday activities. They help patients strengthen, regain and develop the skills required for day-to-day work and life. They also provide long-term medical care and emergency patient care.
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Career prospects & criteria
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Bachelors in Occupational Therapy
Masters in Occupational Therapy
Doctorate in Occupational Therapy
What you need to get started
Experience of working in health, social care, or a related area is also beneficial.
Relevant work experience is helpful in securing positions in more competitive areas of occupational therapy, such as pediatrics.
Attention to Detail
Assessment and report writing skills
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