Category: Engineering & Technology
Career Opportunities, Engineering & Technology, Occupational Therapy
Building Upon a Creative Foundation: Occupational Therapy and 3D Printing
There are many distinctive and impactful possibilities an occupational therapy practitioner (OT) or OT student might consider for 3D printing projects. Whether in a clinical or academic setting, groundbreaking designs and modifications can benefit the clients we serve while cutting costs of expensive devices or medical equipment. Occupational therapy academic programs may consider a unique collaborative opportunity with clinical site partners to provide various types of adaptive equipment occupational therapists can supply to their clients.
Engineering & Technology, Graduate Programs, Health & Medical Sciences , Occupational Therapy
OTD Students Develop New Mobility Device
Huntington University's OTD students tackle innovation in class. Meet two students who saw a very clear need for individuals with mobility issues and they created a simple, effective tool to fix the problem.