The Mission of the School of Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapy is a health profession which is committed to helping all people participate in necessary and meaningful activities of life. The School of Occupational Therapy provides graduate education programs preparing students to become occupational therapists who excel in Practice, Inquiry and Advocacy. Building on and continuing the values of liberal education, students are guided to become excellent practitioners in diverse settings; to improve the profession by engaging in practice scholarship; and to provide leadership and advocacy ranging from local to international levels. In conjunction with its educational mission, the School engages with the larger professional and client community to encourage high quality services and to advocate for the health and participation of people, organizations and populations through meaningful occupation.
Brenau Occupational Therapy News
9th Occupational Science Scholar Joan Toglia Presents Feb. 12th Feb 4, 2016 - Joan Toglia, dean of Mercy College’s School of Health & Natural Sciences, will speak at the Brenau University Downtown Center’s Theatre on the Square Friday, Feb. 12. Her presentation, Executive Dysfunction and the Impact of Occupational Performance and Participation, is part of the 9th Annual Occupational Science Scholar Series. A professional associate at New York […] Surprise Veterans Reunion Highlights Graduation Ceremony May 2, 2015 - When Brenau University President Ed Schrader gave his welcoming remarks at the 2015 commencement, he gave a special acknowledgment to the active duty military personnel and veterans among the graduating class. Schrader singled out one veteran: Debra Cooper from Winder, Georgia, who was about to receive a diploma for a Master of Occupational Therapy degree. […] Governor Deal Signs Brenau Student-inspired Law Benefiting Military’s Special Needs Children Apr 29, 2015 - Governor Nathan Deal today signed into law a legislative act inspired by a group of Brenau University occupational therapy graduate students that would speed state educational benefits to special needs children of military personnel based in Georgia. The new law started as a 2014 project by four Brenau students in a graduate-level public health administration […]
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