Occupational Therapy AideOccupational therapy aides arrange and prepare equipment utilized during patient treatment. They also perform clerical tasks, including answering phones, ordering supplies, maintaining records, and completing paperwork. Since they are not certified as occupational assistants, aides have limited duties.
Weekly hours for occupational therapy aides vary by organization. Healthcare providers, occupational therapy clinics, and outpatient therapy facilities are typically open during nights and weekends to accommodate clients' schedules.
Career Training and Education
Occupational therapy aides typically receive on the job training after being hired.
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