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Occupational Therapy Assistants and Aides

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A visit to your local hospital's occupational therapy department is the best way to learn about this field. Speak with occupational therapists, assistants, and aides to gain an understanding of the work they do. Also, the AOTA and other related organizations might be able to provide career information. School guidance counselors and job centers, and the library, are also good information sources.

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