Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants

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Occupation Description

Occupational therapy assistants help occupational therapists in providing therapy managements and procedures. In some states, they may be able to help in the development of management plans, carry out routine functions, direct action programs, and document the progress of treatment. In many cases this career path requires formal or accredited training program completion.

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Required Education

Associate's degree
Specific Programs:
Associates in Occupational Therapy
Bachelors of Science in Occupational Therapy

Required Work Experience


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