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Occupational Therapy Clinics

Free Pediatric Clinic

 The Occupational Therapy Program at Samuel Merritt University seeks children to participate in a free pediatric clinic. Children will be treated by students in the Master of Occupational Therapy Program, whose work is overseen by four registered occupational therapists.

Occupational therapists help children who have difficulty engaging in the typical activities of childhood due to illness, injury, or developmental issues. An occupational therapist may help a child develop skills to improve his or her performance in self-care, play, and school activities.

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Free Adult Clinic

Adult Clinic The Occupational Therapy Adult Clinic is a student-administered service provided under the direct supervision of several licensed occupational therapists. The OT Adult Clinic is designed to provide consultation, evaluation, individual treatment and/or client and caregiver education. Some conditions that might bring a client to the Clinic could be a stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy, arthritis, orthopedic injury, or even low vision. 

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