OT "Dynamite" VideoNov 05, 2014We think occupational therapy is a "dynamite" profession indeed! The Washington University Student OT Association (WUSOTA) has put together a music video advocating occupational therapy. Check it out!
We sat down with Salma Hussain, OTD/S '16, to ask her about her experience with the Program in Occupational Therapy. Salma shares her thoughts on the Program, why she chose WUOT, living in St. Louis, and more!
Welcoming Jamie Archer to Community PracticeNov 02, 2014We are thrilled to welcome Jamie Archer to the Community Practice team. Jamie started with us on October 13th and will be providing services for the adult populations, with a specific emphasis in program development. Here, she will be instrumental in helping launch services for clients with Huntington’s and Parkinson’s Disease.
Student Spotlight: Gillian Vander Tuig, MSOT/S '15Oct 27, 2014
We sat down with Gillian Vander Tuig, MSOT/S '15, to ask her about her experience with the Program in Occupational Therapy. Gillian shares her thoughts on the Program, the learning atmosphere, what she likes most about WUOT, and more!
WUOT Students Partner with the Turner Center for the ArtsOct 17, 2014“The Turner Center for the Arts is such an amazing resource for the community. It’s a place where people with disabilities are encouraged to use their imagination without limitations and are free to find their creative voice,” says Ryan Sims, OTD/S ’14.
Developing a Fall Prevention Website for Residential ConstructionOct 10, 2014
A research team at Washington University School of Medicine led by Vicki Kaskutas, OTD, MHS, OTR/L, FAOTA, have just released a new website that demonstrates 148 fall prevention devices that can be used to protect residential construction workers when working at heights.
We sat down with Celine Dammond, OTD/S '16, to ask her about her experience with the Program in Occupational Therapy. Celine shares her thoughts on the Program, the learning atmosphere, what she likes most about WUOT, and more!
We are excited that you are considering applying to the Program in Occupational Therapy at Washington University. Please join us for a Zoom Information Session for either our entry-level MSOT or OTD degrees or our online post-professional OTD. Current faculty members will discuss the Program and answer any question you may have. We are offering these sessions on the following days and times. The content is the same for each one, so you only need to sign up for one.