Program receives 10-year accreditationSep 14, 2015At its August 6-9, 2015 meeting, ACOTE reviewed the Report of On-Site Evaluation (ROSE) and voted to Grant a Status of Accreditation to the Program for a period of 10 years.
Parenting with disabilitiesMay 29, 2015Carla Walker, OTD ’14, OTR/L, has a vision and a plan for her career, but it doesn’t stop there. Her vision is one that will bring about change and provide foundational support services to parents with disabilities in the St. Louis community.
Developing a fall prevention websiteMay 28, 2015For Vicki Kaskutas, OTD ’08, MHS, OTR/L, FAOTA, improving worker health and safety through the study and prevention of occupational risk factors for injury and illness has been the focus of her research for the past ten years.
Alumni Spotlight: Adam Pearson, OTD' 11, OTR/LMay 27, 2015
As the Program Director of the Safe Haven Program and Site Manager for Garfield Place Apartments
alumni Adam Pearson, OTD ’11, OTR/L, helps bridge the biomedical and sociocultural needs of the homeless.
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