Occupational Therapy
OTD students at 25th Anniversary commemoration of ADA law


  • OTD Students Mark ADA Anniversary

    They see how the law, which is commemorating its 25th year, has improved the lives of millions of people. More

  • Faculty Member Honored by AOTA

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

OT News View

January 27, 2016

Combating Mental Illness Stigma

Second-year students hear from two people who have spent years struggling with mental illness - and how understanding it can make them better health care professionals.

January 12, 2016

Future Researchers On Campus

Brigham and Women's Hospital collaboration gives college students preview of a research career.

January 11, 2016

Championing Dignity & Respect

Month-long initiative encourages Institute community to make the world a better place to live.

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.