Occupational Therapy Assistance Program
Exercise training is a rehabilitation activity where people ask, “ What’s important to you? ” The “What’s wrong with you?” Professional staff help people. throughout life to participate in what they need and want to do.
Occupational Medical Assistants (OTAs) work with Occupational Medical Advisers to help people who have difficulty performing daily routine activities due to illness, injury, and disability. Through our Employment Assistance Program, you can earn your degree in about 96 weeks while you keep working and doing everything you need and want to do.
Our OTA program is an accelerated program run for working seniors. As a Brookline student, you will benefit from a mix of curriculum content that is featured both online and with hands-on workouts and workshops on campus. This powerful approach will allow you to graduate with the necessary knowledge and qualifications to promote a successful career as an OTA. To register or learn more, fill out an application form today.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is Employment Assistance?
Occupational Medical Assistants (OTAs) help patients develop, rehabilitate, improve, and maintain skills necessary for daily living or work. OTA works with Occupational Physicians to develop and implement a treatment plan for each individual. They are also responsible for monitoring patients, recording their progress, and providing Occupational Therapists information so they can change the treatment plan as needed.