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About Occupational Therapy

The study of Occupational Therapy provides students with a pathway to a career helping people lead a healthy and meaningful life.

An Occupational Therapy course will help you learn how to modify the occupation or environment of a patient – at home or in the workplace – to better support their occupational needs, health and well-being.

Subjects studied in Occupational Therapy courses could look at: systematic, regional, neuro and applied anatomy; health and illness; mental health and an introduction to psychology; ergonomics; clinical occupational therapy practice and; communication skills.

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