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Education for North Dakota Occupational Therapy Practitioners

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Evidence-based continuing education designed to meet your needs, budget, and schedule.

These courses are discounted for NDOTA members.
NDOTA members, you can follow this guide for your discount. 

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Rehabilitation & Training Principles in Orthotics & Prosthetics

The field of orthotics and prosthetics (O&P) is rapidly advancing with innovations that are improving patient outcomes like never before. Occupational therapists play an important role in achieving these outcomes by training patients how to successfully integrate O&P devices into their daily lives. Therefore, it is essential for therapists to understand clinical pathologies requiring O&P intervention and the key features, functions, and training principles of current orthotic & prosthetic components.

6.5 contact hours
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$69 for 12 months of CE content!

You can also purchase our courses individually!


We believe in the value of state associations

Aspire OT knows the value that each state association brings not only to the profession of occupational therapy, but also to OT practitioners across the country. We created the Aspire OT State Association Partnership Program to support these associations and their missions. Through the partnership, the state association can offer occupational therapy continuing education courses with less demand on their own resources. Aspire OT can also assist the association in finding a broader audience for each continuing education course leading to potential revenue for the state association.