As AOTA’s Centennial year closes, some of the 100 most influential people in occupational therapy took a moment to reflect on their careers, innovations in the field, changes in practice, and the future of the profession.
Read their thoughts on these and other subjects:
Discovering Occupational Therapy
Innovations They’ve Developed or Encountered
Biggest Opportunities for Occupational Therapy
And as for future occupational therapy practitioners? Kathlyn Reed recommends observing. “Become a nonstop watcher and observer of people and their occupations. Watch what occupations people do and how they do them,” says Reed. “No occupation is insignificant.”