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The School of Occupational Therapy is housed in the Gordon E. Inman Center and has additional shared laboratory space with the School of Physical Therapy which includes a cadaver lab. State-of-the-art facilities include five specialized occupational therapy labs with a wide range of technologically advanced equipment to support a positive learning environment including:


            Low Vision Technologies

            Doron 400 Driving Simulator

            Anatomical models and skeletons

            Manual and power wheelchairs for pediatric and adult clients

            Patient lift systems

            Pressure mapping technology

            Positioning devices

            A simulation apartment with standard and universal design features

            Splinting and casting materials

            A variety of materials and activities for activity analysis and modification

            Treatment tables

            Thermal and electrical modalities

            Ergonomic work stations


            Sensory Integration equipment including suspension equipment

            A Sportwall and Makoto Arena system

            Pediatric seating systems

            Adapted toys and switches

            Augmentative communication aids

            Variety of assessment kits for pediatric and adult populations

            Variety of exercise and therapeutic modalities

            Work hardening module

School of Occupational Therapy
Admissions 615-460-6798  |  Main 615-460-6700
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