Salus occupational therapy students work with the local Breastfeeding Resource Center in a variety of ways for fieldwork rotations and coursework.
It's an exciting time to become an occupational therapist, especially because the job market looks promising. The University’s OT program offers both professional and post-professional programs.
On Monday, February 20, members of the University’s Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) and National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) joined forces in the creation of busy blankets to donate to Saint Joseph Villa, a nursing facility, in Flourtown, Pa.
Education and impact. That, in short, is why Caitlyn Foy decided to pursue a master’s degree in Occupational Therapy at Temple University in Philadelphia. After obtaining a teaching in higher education certificate and adjunct teaching at Philadelphia University, she discovered Salus; the end result – helping to build the Occupational Therapy program from the ground up.
“Luck is when skill and opportunity meet,” is the old adage Dawn Ciccarone found herself adapting to at an early stage in her career. She formed a clear vision for her future, and seized every opportunity that presented itself.