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Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA)

Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA)

About the Profession 

Occupational therapy assistants collaborate with occupational therapist to help patients enhance, sustain, or recover necessary skills for patients to live and work. 

What does an occupational therapy assistant do?

o   Aid patients in stretches and other exercises.

o   Facilitate activities that encourage coordination. 

o   Educate patients on the use of equipment.

o   Report patient progress before, during, and after treatment


o   Associate degree from an accredited occupational therapy assistant program which typically takes 2 years. 

Where do occupational therapy assistants work?

These health professionals can be found in offices, hospitals, and nursing care facilities.