OT Patient Husband Turned Student Set to Graduate
10 years ago Tabea Elias was severly injured when she was struck by a car. After three months in a coma, her husband, Ted, went with her to all of her occupational therapy sessions, so he could work with her at home to further the development. Tabea was accepted as a patient into a program at University of Wisconsin Occupational Therapy program, that pairs occupational therapy students with patients. That is when Ted's determination to help his wife was recognized by faculty, and he was encouraged to enroll in the graduate program.
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OT Matters Newsletter
The latest edition of the Occupational Therapy program’s annual alumni publication, “OT Matters,” is now available online. Take a look back at all that was accomplished during the 2013-14 academic year, and learn about our new faculty members.
Celebrating OT Milestones
The OT Program will celebrate its 75th Anniversary and the 100th Anniversary of the profession in 2017-2018. A brief video with Dr. Barbara Kornblau ('77) tells about the event and how you can get involved.
100 percent certification test pass rate
For two consecutive years, UW-Madison Occupational Therapy students have achieved a perfect first-time pass rate on the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) test.