The Emory & Henry College OTD Class of 2023 strives to pave the way for future generations of OTD students by promoting an inclusive and diverse profession and empowering students to be effective clinicians by utilizing client-centered care. We are committed to promoting and improving the lifelong health for all people, populations, and communities through evidence-based research and clinical practice. We face adversities, overcome obstacles, and utilize our strengths to kindle our creativity and adaptability. We give back to our community, empowering others to advocate for themselves, supporting our fellow peers, including all and excluding none. Being a diverse cohort, we are bold with our passions which drive us to support one another to persevere and grow personally and professionally.
OTD Class of 2024
Our purpose as the Emory & Henry OTD class of 2024 is to expand our knowledge, transforming into innovative clinicians who promote the well-being of all persons, communities, and populations. Our beliefs are that every client deserves to be engaged and participate in occupations that are desired, meaningful, and relevant to them throughout their lifespan. We will use cultural humility and evidence-based practice to continually increase our knowledge while collaborating with our inter-professional peers to improve quality of care for everyone we see. As a cohort, we are inclusive to all and strive to encourage one another, while being innovative, open-minded, patient, and adaptable.
Emory & Henry School of Health Sciences Physical Therapy (PT) and Occupational Therapy (OT) students partnered with Children’s Assistive Technology Service (CATS) to provide another Go Baby Go modified off-the-shelf ride on car for a local little boy, Zavier House. Keep reading
Emory & Henry School of Health Sciences Physical Therapy (PT) and Occupational Therapy (OT) students partnered with Children’s Assistive Technology Service (CATS) to provide a Go Baby Go modified off-the-shelf ride on car for a local little boy, Creed Rosenbalm. Keep reading