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  • cotaman7 says:

    The majority of jobs for OTAs today are in LTC/SNF. Schools do hire OTAs
    but you need a lot of experience in Peds, plus the pay is usually lower
    than other areas of OT.

  • Holly 26 says:

    How so?

  • Jannsmith says:

    Please be aware that the occupational therapy field can be emotionally as
    well as physically draining.

  • Jannsmith says:

    OT’s and OTA’s may work with people who have depressing and involved
    disabilities or illnesses. Those in the field may work with patients with
    Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), spinal cord injury/paralysis, stroke (“brain
    attack”), which is a type of brain injury, other neurological disorders,
    hip/shoulder/knee replacement, amputated limbs, hip fracture or such. OT’s
    and OTA’s may have to do transfers of patients such as helping the patient
    walk from the chair to the commode (toilet). Just fyi :)

  • Erika Kemp says:

    This is a terrible video. So many little errors.

  • kathy4paz says:

    The correct term is Occupational TheraPY Aassistant, not Occupational
    TheraPIST Assistant. The difference is that a COTA is an assistant to the
    PROFESSION, not an assistant to a THERAPIST. Occupational therapists value
    COTAs as partners, working WITH us, not FOR us.

  • cotaman7 says:

    The majority of jobs for OTAs today are in LTC/SNF. Schools do hire OTAs
    but you need a lot of experience in Peds, plus the pay is usually lower
    than other areas of OT.

  • Holly 26 says:

    How so?

  • Jannsmith says:

    Please be aware that the occupational therapy field can be emotionally as
    well as physically draining.

  • Jannsmith says:

    OT’s and OTA’s may work with people who have depressing and involved
    disabilities or illnesses. Those in the field may work with patients with
    Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), spinal cord injury/paralysis, stroke (“brain
    attack”), which is a type of brain injury, other neurological disorders,
    hip/shoulder/knee replacement, amputated limbs, hip fracture or such. OT’s
    and OTA’s may have to do transfers of patients such as helping the patient
    walk from the chair to the commode (toilet). Just fyi :)

  • Erika Kemp says:

    This is a terrible video. So many little errors.

  • kathy4paz says:

    The correct term is Occupational TheraPY Aassistant, not Occupational
    TheraPIST Assistant. The difference is that a COTA is an assistant to the
    PROFESSION, not an assistant to a THERAPIST. Occupational therapists value
    COTAs as partners, working WITH us, not FOR us.