Nearly everyone knows a child who struggles with sensory difficulties – clothes that don't "feel" right, being disturbed by loud noises, or difficulties with social interactions. Often, you see this happening when others don't. Instinctively, you understand sensory processing challenges are very real, and you want to help. No wonder you're exploring how to become an occupational therapy assistant (OTA). Two-year OTA programs are the most chosen option for an occupational therapy assistant education.
Medical imaging technology is helping more people get better faster and making health care more affordable and more precise. Did you know noninvasive imaging is rapidly taking the place of exploratory surgeries? The professionals who perform imaging procedures are known as radiologic technologists. That's why many who are interested in health care careers are looking into radiologic technology programs.
"You are always looking for new and creative ways to help clients address their day-to-day challenges. It is a lifelong profession." That quote from OTA Jennifer F., who also is an occupational therapy assistant school instructor, sums up the variety, excitement, and joy of becoming an OTA professional.
Earning your occupational therapy assistant (OTA) degree takes dedication, and a 2 year college program flies by faster than you think. As you focus on your studies, here are 6 things you don't want to miss along the way!
The amount of knowledge to master and the compressed time to learn it all is a challenge to everyone aiming for a doctor of chiropractic degree. Of course, the satisfaction that comes with health care career makes it all worthwhile. Here are 5 things you should remember to do before you graduate from chiropractic school.