Private Practice in Occupational Therapy
Valuable insights into the potentials, risks, and excitement of establishing a private practice in occupational therapy. This groundbreaking volume provides general and specific ideas to help guide the OT professional who is considering independent practice.
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FROM THE EDITORS DESK
The Historic Eighties
A New Arena for Private Practice in Occupational
Organization and Structure of the Practice
Developing Pediatric Programming in a Private
Equipment and Other Practice Requirements
Occupational Therapists as Publishers and Trainers
Marketing Occupational Therapy Services
Computers and the Private Practitioner in Occupational
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