Occupational Therapists work in all parts if the health, educational and social systems. For example, you will find them working as clinicians, consultants, administrators, educators and/or researchers within:
- home and community care, primary care networks, health care facilities and hospitals, group homes, seniors centres, recreation centres, supportive living and long-term care facilities, mental health and addiction centres, correctional institutions, private practice, etc.;
- agencies such as early childhood service providers, schools/school boards, Veteran’s Affairs, Indigenous communities, worker’s compensation boards, rehabilitation/return to work companies, corporations, insurance companies, architectural firms, not-for-profit organizations, etc.;
- various government departments at the municipal, provincial or federal level;
- academic institutions and research centres;
- and many other settings – OTs are adaptable and can tailor the services they provide to the needs of the clients they serve.