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Occupational Therapy: Getting

subject resources and library services for Occupational Therapy students, staff and faculty

OT: the Resources

Occupational Therapy (OT), helps people regain, develop and build skills that are important for independent living, health and happiness. [AOTA web site]*

UWM Libraries have resources and services to help the OT student and faculty find the information they need.

Use the tabs at the top of this page to look for books, journal articles and other health or OT related resources.


* American Occupational Therapy Association

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