Occupational Therapist

Education Required

All states require occupational therapists to be licensed and certified. NBCOT – National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy – www.nbcot.org, (301) 990-7979 Licensure applicants – licensure applicants must be currently NBCOT certified.

Career Setting

What is this job like?

An occupational therapist (OT) is a healthcare professional who helps individuals improve their ability to perform daily activities and regain independence after injury, illness, or disability. OTs work with patients across the lifespan and in various settings, such as hospitals, rehabilitation centers, schools, and private practices. Click to explore more occupational details:

Occupational Therapist