The purpose of the Emory & Henry College Student Occupational Therapy Association is to encourage professional development, to enhance the educational experience for students within the MOT program, provide service and outreach within the community, work as a bridge between faculty, surrounding communities, and students, promote health and wellness within the area, and offer students an opportunity to engage in professional activities such as attending local, regional, and national conferences and workshops.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Lynne Umbarger
J.P. Barfield has worked on a collaborative textbook and written his own chapter on how to exercise while impaired physically. The textbook, Clinical Exercise Physiology, will be released globally and teach thousands of students. Keep reading
MOT Class of 2019 participated at the Smyth County Special Games on 10/3/18. The Special Games is an annual event organized by Smyth County Schools for students with special needs. This year the students planned and managed sensory-based stations. The purpose was to facilitate increased engagement and participation for all participants and to provide a sensory retreat for those at risk for becoming overwhelmed in new environments. We were inundated with positive feedback following the event and plan to continue this collaboration in future years. Keep reading
On Tuesday, April 30, Emory & Henry honored the School of Health Sciences Master of Occupational Therapy (OT) class of 2019 who are completing the classroom portion of their program. Keep reading