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Occupational Therapy Assistant Students Present Posters

An occupational therapy assistant student dicusses occupational therapy in home design. Visitors could play sports on a Nintendo Wii - a modern method of rehabilitation. As part of Occupational Therapy Month, students from Penn College’s occupational therapy assistant program presented poster sessions on emerging or contemporary areas of occupational therapy practice Wednesday in the college’s Madigan Library.

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