Have you ever wanted to be an occupational therapy volunteer abroad? Ever dream of exploring cultures, helping others, meeting like minded professionals or promote occupational therapy in foreign countries?
In this episode, Sarah Putt MA, OTR/L and I talk about how she uses volunteering internationally to sharpen her critical thinking skills, creativity, and giving back to the occupational therapy profession.
Resources From the Show
World Federation of Occupational Therapists | WFOT
Connect with Sarah on Instagram or download the OT4Lyfe Podcast
→ 3 Key Takeaways
- If you have an itch to explore occupational therapy volunteer opportunities abroad – DO IT!
- Do your research to find a reputable company to volunteer with that aligns with your ethics and standards.
- You get as much out of it personally as you do professionally when you become an occupational therapy volunteer abroad
SwiftRec is a free tool helping Occupational Therapy practitioners keep track of the products they recommend, be able to share a link for that product directly with a client or caregiver during a therapy session, and protect clinician personal information like email and cell numbers.
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