EMILY MADALINSKI Occupational Therapy. What is Occupational Therapy? Support at Every Age  Children  Teens/Adults  Senior Citizens Personal and Individualized

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Desirable Characteristics Problem Solving Organizational Skills Communication Empathy/Relational Creativity

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EMILY MADALINSKI Occupational Therapy What is Occupational Therapy? Support at Every Age Children Teens/Adults Senior Citizens Personal and Individualized Injury Disability Desirable Characteristics Problem Solving Organizational Skills Communication Empathy/Relational Creativity Education Requirements High School Recommended Courses Masters Degree or Higher Approved by ACOTE 24 Weeks Supervised Fieldwork National Certifying Exam National 36 CEUs Required Wisconsin 24 CEUs Required Schooling Boston University Washington University School of Medicine Children and Youth UW Oshkosh Pre-Occupational Therapy Program Salary $30-$40/Hour Appleton, WI Starting $60,106 Intermediate $70,735 Advanced $82,598 National Average $73, 682 Working Conditions Fast Paced, Stressful Location Schools Rehabilitation Centers Homes Patient Environment Hours Full Time, 40+ Hours/Week Part Time, 31% Tasks & Responsibilities Assist in Everyday Activities Stimulate Senses and Nerves Bouncy/Textured Balls Brushes Exercises Assess Environment Track growth Advancements International Job Opportunities Job Training Technology Why Occupational Therapy? Compatible Personality Communication Direct Patient Contact Passionate Exposed at Young Age Bibliography Tammy Ross, OTR-L on.asp?aspAction=GetHTMLProfile&occPro_ID= &SNT_ID=25on.asp?aspAction=GetHTMLProfile&occPro_ID= &SNT_ID=25T/38117.aspxT/38117.aspx Salary.htmlSalary.html

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