Pediatric Occupational Therapy Clinic (OTCES)
James Madison University’s Occupational Therapy Clinical Education Services (JMU-OTCES) is a dynamic clinical program offering pediatric therapy services to children and their families. We serve individuals who are experiencing difficulty in their daily routines, either as a result of a disability or a developmental delay.
Services include traditional one-on-one occupational therapy evaluations, interventions, and consultative services. Additional group programs and camps will be offered to address specific needs that cannot be adequately met by other community programs. The clinic operates with the support of JMU’s graduate occupational therapy program, with both students and faculty members collaborating on clinic events and services.
- JMU OT Program student exam results from the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) Exam
- September 30-December 1
OT Applications open
- 2017 Information Sessions Schedule
New Information Sessions Added
- Notification of OT Program Admission Decisions will be made early to mid-March 2017
- May 4-6
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