Occupational Therapy Center A Project of Institute for Well-Being

Help Put the Fun in Functionality

The Occupational Therapy Center at the Institute for Well-Being serves our community with programs that put the fun in functionality. Occupational therapy students, under the supervision of faculty and licensed professional occupational therapists, provided more than 3,500 hours of services to our neighbors last year. The Occupational Therapy Center is committed to creating a community of learning for student clinicians while our neighbors get affordable help in making life a little easier.

How Can You Help?

The Occupational Therapy Center needs your support provide services at reasonable rates. Your donations would help pay for professional staff and supplies, develop new programs, and provide valuable lessons for our students and our neighbors.

Supported by 7 Donations:

  • Charlotte E.
    I Gave $100
    Congratulations on 40 years of excellence in occupational therapy education and in developing the amazing Occupational Therapy Center!
  • Meg H.
    Meg H. '78
    Congratulations to the OT Department and TU for 40 years of educational excellence. Meg Hyman Class of 1978
  • Kathy M.
    Kathy M. '83
    Congrats on 40 years ...what a great legacy of educating and developing a community of fantastic occupational therapists!!
  • Lisa  G.
    I Gave $50
  • Janet D.
    Congratulating you on your accomplishments during the past 40 years and wishing you success in your aspirations for the next 40 years
  • Maggie R.
    Maggie R. '79
    I Gave $140
    Congratulations on your 40th Anniversary! Maggie Reitz, '79 & '88
  • Silhouette
    Anonymous