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Associate of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy Assistant

Occupational therapy assistants are an essential, appreciated part of a patient’s recovery process. People who enter this field are dedicated, compassionate caregivers who work hard to help injured individuals recover and return to the activities of their day-to-day lives. Upon earning a degree, you’ll be ready to enter the field armed with the skills and knowledge to become the best caregiver you can be.

Upon earning the AAS degree, you'll be equipped with the hands-on training and knowledge you need to pursue work as an occupational therapy assistant.

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