Occupational therapists provide a wide range of services for individuals across the life span, using meaningful and healthy occupations to develop, improve, sustain or restore skills in daily living, work or productivity and play or leisure.
At The University of Findlay the occupational therapy program's mission is to prepare occupational therapists who understand and value a community-focused and occupation-based approach to practice, are leaders in a variety of professional roles, and participate in ongoing professional development in preparation for service in diverse communities. The University of Findlay's weekend and traditional occupational therapy programs transitioned to graduate programs in 2000. Our student/faculty ratio and customized learning experiences support individual student learning styles. Our program embodies principles of human occupation and incorporates community-based experiences and service learning.
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