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  • Clinical/Community Track Experiences: Rhysa Romstad, MSOT/S ‘14 Clinical/Community Track Experiences: Rhysa Romstad, MSOT/S ‘14 Rhysa Romstad, MSOT/S ‘14, shares her clinical/community track experiences at the National Children’s Cancer Society (NCCS) – Beyond the Cure, which provides services and programming to childhood cancer survivors and their families.
  • Student Spotlight: Claire Schueler, MSOT/S '14 Student Spotlight: Claire Schueler, MSOT/S '14 We sat down with Claire Schueler, MSOT/S '14, to ask her about her experience with the Program in Occupational Therapy. Claire shares her thoughts on the Program, why she chose WUOT, living in St. Louis, and more!
  • Experiencing Environmental Factors Experiencing Environmental Factors

    Jessica Dashner, OTD, OTR/L, who teaches the Environmental Factors Facilitating Performance and Participation class for the Program in Occupational Therapy, starts the Spring semester with a hands-on assignment designed to give first-year students an idea of what daily barriers a client with a disability may face.

     

  • Student Spotlight: Laura McCarty OTD/S '15 Student Spotlight: Laura McCarty OTD/S '15 We sat down with Laura McCarty, OTD/S '15, to ask her about her experience with the Program in Occupational Therapy. Laura shares her thoughts on the Program, her decision to pursue the OTD degree, the learning atmosphere, and more!
  • Alumni Spotlight: Anatomy of Love Who would have thought that the anatomy lab in the Program in Occupational Therapy would be a place for romance?
  • 3-2 Agreement Signing A special 3-2 agreement signing and luncheon was held on Monday, Nov. 4 in the board room of the J. C. Penney Conference Center on the campus of the University of Missouri-St. Louis. 
  • Helping Children Overcome Challenges Helping Children Overcome Challenges Child Health and Education Laboratory
  • Student Spotlight: Sarah Hendred MSOT/S '14 Student Spotlight: Sarah Hendred MSOT/S '14 We sat down with Sarah Hendred, MSOT/S '14, to ask her about her experience with the Program in Occupational Therapy. Sarah shares her thoughts on the Program, the quality of the education she is receiving, the importance of student participation, and more!
  • More Than Man’s Best Friend The Training and Use of Service and Therapy Dog
  • Making a Difference in the Community Making a Difference in the Community Using the Parents as Teachers Model in Occupational Therapy
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