Therapy professionals, including OTs, PTs and SLPs, can find virtual therapy success in schools, even during a pandemic. Use these tips from industry experts.
For nearly 40 years, occupational therapists (OTs) have worked on the front lines of healthcare to help those with substance abuse problems overcome addiction’s powerful hold and resume productive, fulfilling lives. Over this timeframe both the treatment approaches for addiction and the role of occupational therapists have expanded and evolved
Attention: Travel PTs of the world! We have some exciting information to share with you regarding the current job market. Of course, we know how strange and difficult a year this past one has been, with the circumstances surrounding the pandemic. Not only has it affected your lives, but also your careers. That’s why we want to shed a little light on the situation, to offer insight into how the PT marker has been affected, and show you where the market is trending now. Hint: It’s going up!
Approximately two million Americans live with aphasia and 180,000 acquire the language disorder each year. It’s a frustrating condition where patients retain their intellect but are unable to process language as they should and have normal conversations.
Occupational therapists now have more tools than ever before to help patients recovering from traumatic brain injury--and many of these tools exist on smartphones and tablets.