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Occupational Therapy Students Present Educational Posters

Eighteen students organized the event and presented posters. Ergonomics was among topics addressed. In celebration of Occupational Therapy Month, students enrolled in the occupational therapy assistant major offered a poster session Tuesday in the Madigan Library. Eighteen students in two courses collaborated to organize the event and offer educational presentations on occupational therapy programs for adult day care, community corrections, adolescents with developmental disability, ergonomics, wellness at a senior center and a summer handwriting camp. The posters will be displayed throughout the coming week.

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