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A career in occupational therapy allows you to actively change lives. And as a travel occupational therapist (OT) or certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA), you can improve the lives of people all across the country. Plus, travel OT gives you the unique opportunity to experience and explore destinations around the U.S. while you’re at it — here are some of the best places for OT travelers.
In the past, reserving short-term housing may have been an uphill battle with few choices, but the search for temporary housing has gotten significantly easier as the available choices have expanded. From a fully-furnished Airbnb to renting a travel RV, there are plenty of med traveler housing options to choose from.
Whether you’re new to the healthcare travel life or you’ve got years of experience, you shouldn’t just accept the first travel job offer you receive. As a healthcare professional, you’re in demand and deserve the best of the best. Here are five tips for evaluating your next job offer to make sure it’s the best fit for you.
Working as a traveling occupational therapist can be one of the most satisfying and rewarding career opportunities in healthcare. Travel OTs are regularly helping patients improve their lives, while experiencing a new setting regularly. Travel OTs have the opportunity to work in a variety of settings, including outpatient clinics, skilled nursing facilities and rehab facilities. In order to practice occupational therapy in any part of the U.S., licensure is required and each occupational therapist has specific regulations to follow per state.