Students learn how to engage clients in everyday activities to improve quality of life.
The Department of Occupational Therapy will host a two and one-half day training to provide an intensive review of the principles and practice of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia for occupational therapists (CBTI for OT) on June 22-24.
Making the electronic environment accessible benefits everyone, not just those with a declared disability.
CSU occupational therapy community raises funds to support student professional development by bidding on over 100 auction items.
Nominations are now being accepted for the annual alumni awards program in the College of Health and Human Sciences.
Six students and occupational therapy department head traveled to Japan to participate in a cultural exchange.
A 14-year-old boy with autism is led slowly around an arena by horseback, while an occupational therapist gently gives him simple tasks like lifting his arms or dropping a ring around an orange cone.
Danielle Namour brought a smile to many faces as she traveled to Brazil with an organization that provides wheelchairs to people around the world.