Auerbach School of Occupational Therapy
The Auerbach School of Occupational Therapy is named in honor of Dr. S. P. Auerbach and his family in recognition of their outstanding support of the School's entry-level curriculum, which was established in 1995. The Auerbach School of Occupational Therapy (ASOT) entry-level OTD program facilitates the development of dynamic occupational therapy leaders who exemplify professional accountability across diverse service delivery contexts.
Occupational therapists are essential leaders in service delivery and management roles in a wide range of settings such as community agencies, healthcare centers, home healthcare, hospitals, industry, independent living centers, private practices, psychiatric programs, public and private schools, rehabilitation centers, and skilled nursing facilities. The occupational performance challenges (i.e. activities of daily living, work, play/leisure) of individuals, groups, and populations across the lifespan are addressed by the occupational therapist.
Assistive and Adaptive Technology
Occupational Therapy (OTD)