Shadowing an OT
One of the most valuable professional resources the Society offers its members is the “network of its membership community”. Over 4,300 strong, OSOT members come together in support of their profession and each other. Consider the following opportunities to engage in professional networking:
Job shadowing can be an excellent way to learn about the profession of occupational therapy. Make the most of your experience by reading these tips.
Tips on Shadowing an Occupational Therapist
If you expressed interest in potentially shadowing an OT in our annual membership survey, you may get a call from a prospective student who is hungry to learn more about the profession. Here is a resource for you to prepare for a shadow experience if you agree to assist a student.
Tips for Occupational Therapists Providing a Shadowing Experience