Online course provide tools for occupational therapists to assist people who deal with chronic insomnia.
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Jaclyn Stephens and Arlene Schmid invite individuals to participate in yoga research study.
Adaptive horseback riding and gardening provided many rewarding opportunities for research and smiles from individuals living with dementia.
Pat Sample’s commitment to research over the past three decades will continue to benefit individuals with disabilities for many years to come.
Actively involved in the Center for Community Partnerships, Kendal Nolan has helped make a difference for many students across the CSU campus.
After receiving her master’s degree in occupational therapy Julie Silver Seidle returned to CSU, this time for her Ph.D. in Occupation and Rehabilitation Science.
Research team is seeking research participants to enroll in a two-year study that aims to explore the work-related experiences of people with intellectual disabilities.
The Department of Occupational Therapy is pleased to recognize the awards and outstanding accomplishments of our faculty and students.
The Department of Occupational Therapy is proud of our recent Ph.D. graduates and is looking forward to working with our new students in their academic endeavors.
As a triple CSU alumna, Tara Klinedinst shares about how she came to CSU to ultimately pursue a Ph.D. degree in Occupation and Rehabilitation Science.