Helping people restore dignity and rebuild their lives.
A career in occupational therapy might be the perfect fit for you if you’re passionate about serving others. In two years, you could get your degree as an occupational therapy assistant (OTA) and be able to help people with many concerns, including developmental disabilities, low vision, traumatic brain injury, autism spectrum disorder, physical dysfunction, and the effects of aging. Maria College also offers a bachelor’s degree program in Health & Occupational Sciences to extend your career path and prepare you for a variety of healthcare-related roles, as well as preparation for a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy.
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