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Occupational Therapy

The Salus approach to Occupational Therapy (OT) education is to provide a distinctive and innovative program for the academic and clinical preparation of a master’s degree, advanced specialty certificate, and doctoral students. The OT Department offers both professional and post-professional programs.

Recent Posts

Salus Phi Theta Epsilon Chapter Recognized by National Organization

Busting Common Healthcare Myths

Salus University Programs Shine in 2024 Top Jobs and Healthcare Jobs Rankings

Where Are They Now: Emily Jollota, MS ‘17, OTR/L

Occupational Therapy Abroad: Fieldwork Lessons in Thailand

First-Ever CHER Career Fair Draws a Big Crowd

Occupational Therapy Student Advocates for Rett Syndrome During Awareness Month

Students at Leisure: Gianna Marie Bates '25MSOT, Clay and Ceramics

Newest Interim Dean: Lauren Sponseller, CHER

Grandmother Played Pivotal Role in Encouraging OT Grad

New Kids on the Block: Occupational Therapy Edition, Part 2023

ICYMI: CHER Winter 2022 - Spring 2023

Salus Serves: Humanitarian Trips Make a Difference in Underserved Communities

Where Are They Now: Alta Fried, MSOT ‘14

Occupational Therapy Department Shines at International Conference

Occupational Therapy Faculty Accepted Into Academic Leadership Institute

Occupational Therapy Department Establishes Excellence in Its First Decade

Sal’s Shorts: 2022 Academy Conference; 15th Annual Looking Out For Kids Fundraiser

Interprofessional Approach to Falls Risk

Where Are They Now: Healey Miller, MSOT ‘21, ‘23OTD

A Distinctive, Innovative Occupational Therapy Program in Suburban Philly

Faculty Focus: Caitlyn Foy, DOT, MOTRL, CLA

Post-Professional OTD Faculty & Lecturers

The Next Generation Gets its White Coats and Begins the Journey

Q&A: Fieldwork at the Occupational Therapy Institute

A Special Father-Daughter Moment at Commencement

OTI Director Successfully Navigates Challenging Road to PhD

First-Generation Students: Experiences and Advice, Part 1

Where Are They Now: Nathalie Miller, MSOT ‘20

SOTA Spearheads University’s Participation in WalkMS

What’s the Scoop on OTI?

Where Are They Now: Andrew Welsh, MSOT ‘20, OTR/L

Where Are They Now: Allison Bicskei, MSOT ‘16, OTR/L, LSVT

Where Are They Now: Kaylin Magosin, MSOT ‘20

OT Students Learn How They Can Help Refugee Children

Where Are they Now: Michael Krueger, MSOT ‘15

Salus Professions Among Top Jobs in the U.S.

Where Are They Now: Kristin Kaplewicz, MSOT ‘20

Q&A: Occupational Therapy vs Physical Therapy

OT Pajama Day Helps Students Relieve the Stress of Finals

Q&A: MSOT to OTD

Salus OT Program, Philly Nonprofit Keep Seniors Safer at Home

Students at Leisure: Angela Delfino and Aerial Circus

Faculty Focus: Brandi DeVeaux, MS, OTR/L, CLT

Meet the Cast of The College Tour: Tavii El

Resumption of Guatemala Mission Trip a Huge Success

Q&A: Deep Dive into the Occupational Therapy Program with Admissions

First-ever OT Diploma Day: Festive, Fun and Face-to-Face

Brianna Brim Appointed Director of the Occupational Therapy Institute

Salus University, Manhattan College Sign Agreement in Healthcare Education

Joint Zippering Skills Paper

Salus Occupational Therapy Institute Opens

Four Salus Professions Among Top U.S. Jobs

New Articulation Agreements Inked with Pennsylvania Schools

Presidential Awards

Q&A: Employment and Vocational Rehabilitation for the Visually Impaired, Part 3

Q&A: Employment and Vocational Rehabilitation for the Visually Impaired, Part 2

Q&A: Employment and Vocational Rehabilitation for the Visually Impaired, Part 1

Dr. Sponseller to be Published in Top OT Research Journal

Presidential Medal of Honor Awardee: Dr. Fern Silverman

Q&A: Stress Management For Healthcare Providers

Dr. James Konopack Named New CHER Dean

Salus Orientation Week to Feature Presentation on Cultural Humility

Topic Tuesday: Community-Based OT