Occupational Therapy

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  • Wednesday, March 18

    With a bachelor's in any field, become an occupational therapist. More

  • 1st Occupational Therapy Chair

    Lisa Tabor Connor leads New England's only entry-level OTD program. More

  • Faculty Member Honored by AOTA

    Program Director Regina Doherty inducted as Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association. More

OT News View

March 02, 2015

Student Study Space to Expand

New Study and Library Commons will increase capacity to study and learn in an interprofessional environment.

February 26, 2015

A Patient Named Flimpy

Nursing professor uses Muppet to engage students online, one of several ways faculty continued classes during recent blizzards.

February 20, 2015

The Sound of Music Therapy

Students describe how combining music therapy and technology helped their patients with dementia during Schwartz Center Educational Rounds presentation.

The Institute Advantage

The Institute Occupational Therapy Program is the first entry level Doctor of Occupational Therapy degree in New England.  This innovative and highly interprofessional curriculum prepares you to think critically about occupational therapy practice, and provides you with the skills and scholarly experience needed to excel in today’s dynamic health care and education systems.