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Sandra Edwards Colloquium 2018 Register Now

The Department of Occupational Therapy will be hosting the second annual Sandra Edwards Colloquium on February 24, 2018.The keynote speaker will be Roseann C. Schaaf, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA.

UF team to help innovate retrofits for homes for people with disabilities

Imagine using your living room as a dining room or your kitchen as a bedroom – complete with handicap-accessible equipment. University of Florida researchers will help develop those conversions, as […]

Certificate Program in Driver Rehabilitation Therapy coming 2018

The first of it’s kind offered by a US university, UF’s Professional Certificate: Driver Rehabilitation Therapy (DRT) program provides an educational experience that concurrently focuses on the practice and development […]

CTSI Seminar, Oct. 10: Clinical application of high-fidelity driving simulators for medically-at-risk populations

Dr. Sherrilene Classen, editor of a new book on driving simulators for health care professionals, will discuss clinical applications of the simulators for medically-at-risk populations.

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