This is an organization intended for anyone interested in Occupational Therapy as a career or those interested in knowing more about physical rehabilitation as a whole. Occupational Therapists work with people who have some type of disability, impairment, or developmental delay whether short term or long term. They are creative problem solvers, detectives, personable, strong, and they focus on function and how it relates to daily activities. Our mission as an organization is to help educate, support, and encourage students interested in Occupational Therapy during their years at UTSA. This organization is open to ANY current UTSA student that may be looking into the healthcare field, but most topics will be focused on Occupational Therapy.
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