Occupational Therapy

For Current and
New Employees


Helping Children Gain Independence

Occupational therapists are trained to help individuals achieve independence in all areas of their lives. You’ll play an important role in helping children increase their participation in everyday activities, such as play and sports, and return to home and school. And you’ll be improving your skills and gaining valuable experience while you do.

Our staff address a wide range of diagnostic and rehabilitation services, including:

As a trained and licensed occupational therapist, you’ll work in acute care and ICUs, inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient services, and in specialty diagnostic clinics and programs.

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Professional Enrichment for Healthcare Professionals

Enrich your career while you enrich the lives of children.


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