Members from the occupational therapy program attended the Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), at the White House on May 16, 2024. GAAD is a day dedicated to conversations and learning about digital access and inclusion for people with disabilities.

Asian American Pacific Islander Month (AAPI) is a time to celebrate and recognize Asian-American diversity and communities. Students and faculty share why AAPI Month is important, how they celebrate, and how cultural education is embedded throughout the program.

Graduate of the post-professional OTD Class of 2024 and faculty celebrate the completion of their academic journey at GW.

Sadie Richardson, OTD, MOT, OTR/L, to serve in the occupational therapy program as assistant professor.

Faculty nominated, voted, and selected four students from each cohort to receive Curricular Theme Awards for their commitment to program ideals and for their positive contributions to the GW community.

The occupational therapy program attended the Washington Nationals major league baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Thursday, April 25, 2024.

The GW occupational therapy program was ranked highly among hundreds of schools around the United States, according to the U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 list of best graduate schools.

Students and faculty reflect on their experiences at the American Occupational Therapy Association Inspire 2024 Annual Conference and Expo.

An image gallery featuring GW Occupational Therapy students and faculty at the White House Easter Egg Roll 2024.

Faculty and students who attended last year’s AOTA Conference in Kansas City, Missouri reflect on their direct experiences and observations prior to initiating a larger conversation with all students and staff. The community reflected on the program’s values and identified accomplishments, and…