Occupational therapy assistants work under the supervision of qualified occupational therapists. They collaborate in the formulation of a treatment plan, deliver therapeutic interventions to address various disabilities, advocate for the rehabilitation needs of their patients and clients, educate patients and families on effective therapy participation, and accurately document occupational therapy services for reimbursement. They work with people of all ages in a variety of work settings which include hospitals, nursing homes, school systems, outpatient centers, specialized rehabilitation facilities, and mental health programs.
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