Occupational Therapists (OT) use everyday activities as the means to enable people to thrive, moving beyond disabilities or limitations, creating opportunities to maximize participation in life. The OT Program at CSU offers unique service learning programs in the community that are designed to provide our students with an opportunity to participate in innovative and emerging areas of practice that enhance engagement in meaningful occupations to improve the quality of life and health of participants. Graduates become skilled and ethical practitioners who provide occupational therapy services to diverse individuals and communities within complex interdisciplinary systems using the best evidence.
Gifts today will provide financial support for the annual John Bazyk Distinguished Speaker Series, the Susan Bazyk Emerging and Innovative OT Practice Award, the Janice Benes Spirit Award, student awards, student and faculty conference attendance, and innovative OT Program initiatives.
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