Fourth Edition of Baum Book PublishedDec 23, 2014
“Occupational Therapy: Performance, Participation, and Well-Being, Fourth Edition,” is a comprehensive occupational therapy text that introduces readers to core knowledge in the profession and the foundations of practice.
Stark Co-authors Chapter in BookDec 22, 2014Susy Stark, PhD, OTR/L, co-authored a chapter with Jon Sanford, M. Arch, in the recently published book, “International Handbook of Occupational Therapy Interventions (Second Edition).”
We sat down with Alison Scarpa, MSOT/S '15, to ask her about her experience with the Program in Occupational Therapy. Alison shares her thoughts on the Program, what she likes most about attending WUOT, her classmates, and more!
Wolf to Receive Roster of Fellows AwardNov 10, 2014
Timothy Wolf, OTD, MSCI, OTR/L, will receive the American Occupational Therapy Association’s Roster of Fellows Award at the AOTA’s 95th Annual Conference & Exposition in Nashville, Tenn.
2014 Paraquad Shine the Light Award honoreeNov 07, 2014
The Program in Occupational Therapy was selected as a 2014 Paraquad Shine the Light Award honoree for our ongoing commitment to accessibility for our team members, students, and the community.
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.
Current, future and accepted applicants are encouraged to visit. We also welcome people who are exploring career options and considering occupational therapy. Dr. Kathy Kniepmann, one of our faculty members, opens our visit sessions with an informal presentation and discussion, followed by a tour that’s led by one of our current occupational therapy students.
Upcoming visit sessions*:
Monday, March 18 at 12:00 p.m. CST
Friday, March 22 at 1:00 p.m. CST
*At least two to three visit sessions are scheduled every month. All times are Central Standard Time (CST). Click here for more info.