Please join us for Online Office Hours on Tuesdays 7:00 - 8:00 pm EDT.

For over 25 years TherapyEd has been the leader in helping prepare students for their OT and OTA Certification exams.  We believe that expertise, experience, ethics, and giving back to the Occupational Therapy community matters.

All you need to start is to sign in with your email address.  This will take you to the live Online Office Hours where you can focus on your exam preparation questions with our experienced instructors. 

Be sure that your camera and microphone are activated when you enter the office hours.  That will help to ensure that the instructor will be able to address your questions efficiently and effectively.

Join our Online Office Hours

There is no charge for our Online Office Hours--it comes as a benefit of taking the TherapyEd preparation course for the COTA® exam and now as part of our effort to help amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

Moderated every week by an experienced TherapyEd instructor, our Online Office Hours give students a way to extend their studying and get extra help, especially in these difficult times. Every Tuesday, log-in, ask questions and get personalized help while also learning from other students' questions.

Our instructors will begin office hours with 15 minutes of focused content review of important exam content areas and then answer questions related to that topic, any other topic or on test taking strategies.

The topics that are covered during our six month content review series include:

 

Aug 3

The OT Process and Occupational Profile: Application to the Certification Exam

10-Aug

The US Health Care System: Ethical, Legal, and Reimbursement Considerations

17-Aug

Universal Design and ADA Accessibility Standards

24-Aug

Splints and Orthoses: Types and Functions

31-Aug

Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury: OT Evaluation and Intervention Approaches

7-Sep

Prevocational, Vocational, and Work Programs: OT Evaluation and Intervention Approaches

14-Sep

Occupation-Based Models of Practice: Application to the Certification Exam

21-Sep

Reflexes and First Year Sensorimotor Developmental Milestones

28-Sep

Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Systems Disorders and Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation

5-Oct

Medical, Community, and School-based Practice Settings: OT Practice Considerations

12-Oct

Developmental and Therapeutic Intervention Groups

19-Oct

Neurocognitive Disorders & Allen’s Cognitive Disabilities Model: OT Evaluation and Intervention Approaches

26-Oct

Risk Management: Universal and Transmission-based Precautions, Emergency Response

2-Nov

Home Safety and Fall Prevention:  OT Evaluation and Intervention Approaches

9-Nov

Fine Motor Skills, Grasp and Release Developmental Milestones

16-Nov

Oral Motor Dysfunction, and Swallowing Disorders: OT Evaluation and Intervention Approaches

23-Nov

DSM-5 Diagnostic Review and Psychosocial Evaluation and Intervention Approaches 

30-Nov

Occupational Therapist and Occupational Therapy Assistant: Collaboration, Role Delineation, and Supervisory Guidelines

7-Dec

The Application of Mindfulness to Certification Exam Preparation

14-Dec

Autism Spectrum and Sensory Processing Disorders: OT Evaluation and Intervention Approaches

21-Dec

Diabetes, Renal Disease, and Related Conditions: OT Evaluation and Intervention Approaches

28-Dec

Adaptation to Aging, Low Vision: Evaluation and Intervention

2022 Jan 4 

Wheelchair Prescription, Mobility Training, and Mobility Aids

11-Jan

Preparatory Interventions: Therapeutic Exercise and Physical Agent Modalities (PAMs)

18-Jan

Wounds & Pressure Ulcers: Prevention, Evaluation, Management, & Health Literacy

25-Jan

Fractures: Precautions, Complications and OT Intervention

I thought online office hours was very helpful.  It gives you an insight of what will be on the exam.  How to prioritize the subjects and focus on things that are commonly learned or used in class and FW.  How she mentioned to focused more on Neuro/Stroke patients versus trying to memorize all the medications and try to remember common medications and the contraindications.  That it’s impossible to know it all 100%.  Also, to review interventions for diagnosis, because that’s most of the exam.  I really liked the practice questions at the end.  Those were really helpful.  Kind of what we did in preclinical.  I liked it, plan on joining every Tuesday and Thursday.

Joshua O, Keiser University