What does OTR degree stand for?

Occupational Therapist Registered
Occupational Therapist Registered (OTR)

What is the difference between OTR and OT?

OTR/L is the standard occupational therapy credential and signifies that the professional is an “OT” who is “R,” registered by the national OT credentialing board, and “L,” licensed by your particular state.

What is OTR in nursing?

Registered Occupational Therapist (OTR)

What’s the difference between occupational therapist and occupational therapy assistant?

OT vs OTA: The Main Difference Occupational therapists are involved in all of the evaluation and setting goals for patients, and certified occupational therapy assistants use the information gleaned from the evaluation and goals of the treatment plan.

What is the official color of occupational therapy?

Degree Colors

Maize Blue Violet White
Engineering Fine Arts, Landscape Arch. Forestry
Orange Brown Russet
Music Nursing Occupational Therapy
Pink Apricot Ink

What are the additional requirements to become an OTR?

Additional requirements for COTAs to become OTRs are: 1 Bachelors and masters degrees required (COTA only requires 2 year associates degree) 2 Additional fieldwork hours (This will vary by program and prior experience of COTA) 3 Passing the NBCOT OTR Exam (After completing your bachelors/masters you must pass this national exam) More

Do occupational therapists use OTR/L?

Occupational Therapists use OTR/L in their professional credentials. Some designations are trademarked or generally only accepted to be used once met by certain organizations. A designation such as OT is not trademarked and more general.

What is the OTD credential for Occupational therapists?

The OTD credential indicates that the occupational therapist has received their doctorate in occupational therapy.

Where can I get a Masters in occupational therapy?

Here are the best occupational therapy masters programs. Boston University (Sargent) Washington University in St. Louis. University of Southern California. University of Illinois–Chicago. University of Pittsburgh. Colorado State University. Thomas Jefferson University.