Occupational Therapy BSc | Bachelor's degree | Health & Well-Being | On Campus | 3 years | St George's University of London | United Kingdom
Accidents, illness, disability, mental health issues and ageing affect millions of people all over the world, making it harder for them to do everyday activities, including education, work, leisure or simply caring for themselves. By working with service users, for example, teaching them new ways to do things, identifying specialist equipment and assistive technology or making changes in their environment, occupational therapists enable people with a diverse range of needs live a better life and do what matters most to them. By combining theoretical knowledge with practical experience, this course explores concepts, principles and theories of occupational therapy and occupational science, human development, anatomy, physiology and psychology to develop a strong foundation to practice as an Occupational Therapist (OT).
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