Occupational Therapists use meaningful activities as rehabilitative techniques and work with disabled people in overcoming difficulties in performing everyday activities. This category lists sites with general relevance to Occupational Therapy.
Biweekly trade publication for OT and OTA covering the newest treatment arenas, protocols and products, therapy equipment and modalities as well as regular columns by highly respected leaders in the field.
Non-profit, charitable, scientific, educational and literary organization (USA). Includes information on scholarships, research and the Occupational Therapy Journal of Research.
Promoting a standardised assessment with details of the assessment and resources.
Organisation to promote Occupational Therapy in Canada, with critical and research reviews, case studies and research and scholarship grants.
Provides educational and consulting services to occupational therapists, physical therapists and other health care professionals.
Monthly interdisciplinary therapy journal.
Mouse testing and training tools specifically for adaptive mouse users or young children learning to use a mouse. Printable report and links to downloadable training applications.
US national certification agency for occupational therapists and certified occupational therapy assistants. Includes details of the agency's work and related news items.
Resources and links relevant to OT in schools.
Database of abstracts of systematic reviews and randomised controlled trials relevant to occupational therapy and evidence-based practice.
Searchable database covering all major occupational therapy journals (fees charged).
The multilingual online service for national and international interests in occupational therapy. Multilingual site.
Continuing education for occupational therapy and other rehabilitation fields in the USA. Specializing in the Hand, Wrist, Elbow, Shoulder and CVA complexes.
UK weekly interdisciplinary therapy newspaper. Includes job listings and guides to continuing professional development topics.
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