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Occupational Therapists

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While in high school, you should meet with occupational therapists, visit the facilities where they work, and gain an understanding of the types of equipment and skills they use. Ask your school's career services office for help with setting up an informational interview with an occupational therapist to learn more about the type of work they do. Create a list of questions to bring with you to the interview. Many hospitals and occupational therapy facilities and departments also have volunteer opportunities that will give you strong insight into this career.

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