Occupational Therapy Community and Clinical Practice
The Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy in the Doisy College of Health Sciences offers occupational therapy services available through its Faculty Practice, both on site and in the community. The occupational therapy services available include pediatrics, geriatrics, rehabilitation and mental health. The mission of the Faculty Practice is to provide comprehensive, compassionate occupational therapy services to children, adults and their families. In addition to individual evaluation and intervention services, we offer innovative programs for clients in individual and group settings.
Pediatric Summer Institute, June 6 - 7, 2014
A two-day workshop on Developing Reading, Handwriting and Sensory Processing Skills in School-aged Children. You can earn up to 12 continuing competency credits for attendance.
Pediatric Faculty Practice
Interventions assist families to translate occupational performance strategies learned in the clinic to home and the community. This multi-context approach is achieved through dynamic child/parent/caregiver education, home and community programming as well as coordination with school or other appropriate programs. Professional training and consultation services are also available through our practice and tailored to specific individual or organizational client needs.
Services are provided within the Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy department and in the community. Our state of the art facility in the Allied Health Professions building offers a safe, secure parking garage immediately adjacent. We currently accept clients on a fee for service basis. Please feel free to contact the department for more information or if you wish to make a referral at (314) 977-8566 or electronically at OTPractice@slu.edu.
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