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 OT 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
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
32 Students Graduate with Master’s of Occupational Therapy from Emory & Henry’s School of Health Sciences
On Saturday, December 11, in the Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Va., 32 students graduated with a Master’s of Occupational Therapy (MOT).Keep reading
Several faculty and students from the School of Health Sciences have the opportunity to present at the American Physical Therapy Association’s international Combined Sections Meeting virtual conference. Keep reading