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By Dave DeFusco

Martin, a young man with autism, is known for being garrulous. He’ll regale you on various topics, such as the military or geography, for as long as you let him. At the AFYA Foundation, he’s popular with the staff and other clients in the day program where Amanda Brenner is doing fieldwork […]

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Dr. Zesarae Bodie, an occupational therapist with broad experience in geriatric care, has joined the Katz School’s entry-level Occupational Therapy Doctorate program as a clinical assistant professor.

“We are very excited and grateful to have Zesarae join our inaugural faculty where she’ll have the opportunity to merge her two passions—education and occupational therapy,” said Dr. […]

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Yeshiva University’s new entry-level doctorate in occupational therapy (OTD), offered by the Katz School of Science and Health, can be completed in less than three years with just a bachelor’s degree, and graduates will be eligible to sit for the national certification examination sponsored by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy.

Students […]

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