Pennsylvania’s most-visited museum, Philadelphia’s The Franklin
Institute, opens on occasional Sundays strictly for visitors of any age
with sensory differences. Occupational Therapy (OT) student volunteers
from Salus University participate in these events alongside trained museum
staff for support as guests are treated to exhibits specifically modified for
them, along with countless other special features.
In honor of National Occupational Therapy Month, learn more about our students and the University's OT program.
With the new branding platform for The American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc. (AOTA), “Occupational Therapy: Living Life To Its Fullest™,” now is the perfect time to showcase how the University’s Occupational Therapy (OT) students are sharpening their specialty skills within their profession.
The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Annual Conference and Centennial Celebration was a hometown affair, with all Salus University Occupational Therapy (OT) department faculty and more than 60 students attending from March 30 through April 2 in Philadelphia.
Salus occupational therapy students work with the local Breastfeeding Resource Center in a variety of ways for fieldwork rotations and coursework.