At the end of this program, graduate will demonstrate …

  • Fundamentals of OTA Practice through ethics and safety.
  • Basic tenets of Occupational Therapy through the philosophy, OT/OTA roles, and evidence based practice.
  • Assist in the evaluation/screening process by gathering data, administering assessments, assisting with interpretation, reporting results, and collaborating with OT to establish goals.
  • Performs interventions by planning, selecting, implementing, grading according to activity analysis, modifying intervention plans, and therapeutic use of self.
  • Consistent professional level communication including verbal communication, non?verbal communication and written.
  • Professional behaviors through self responsibility, response to feedback, work behaviors, time management, interpersonal skills, and cultural competence.
  • Readiness for the NBCOT exam
We're Here to Help
Ready to take the next step?

Contact us today to speak with a
Baker admissions expert.

Errors highlighted in red