Occupational Therapy Assistant

Occupational therapy assistants help people who have mental, physical, or developmental disabilities. Their goal is to help patients live more independently.

The LBCC Occupational Therapy Assistant program is a two-year Associate of Applied Science Degree program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education. The program follows a hybrid delivery model and includes classroom, laboratory, and fieldwork components.

Successful graduates will be eligible and prepared to sit for the national certification examination and to be employed as entry-level occupational therapy assistants in a variety of practice settings.

Find program performance data on the NBCOT National Certification exam »

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Additional Program Information

Get detailed information on coursework, costs, graduation rates and more, in addition to eligibility for certification by NBCOT and AOTA.

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Department Faculty

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Emily Lorang
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Jo Shear
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Mashelle Painter