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Join our community to extend your learning and get help in solving the issues you face.  Your FREE Public School OT membership provides many ways to interact, learn, and share with other occupational therapists working in the public schools. Public School OT provides you with up-to-date information on issues that are important to you including the laws & regulations governing school practice, how to provide services in inclusive settings, assistive technology, sensory processing, and more, all presented in an easy to understand format. You will also find current news items relevant to occupational therapy and public school practice, an "Ask an Expert" column and the opportunity to participate in free occupational therapy forums with discussions that matter to you. Take advantage of this opportunity to become a part of the Public School OT Community! Join today!


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2.   Access to our Discussion Forums area where you can join in discussions about current topics, ask questions, and respond  to questions of other OTs.

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4.   Have access to other occupational therapists working in the public schools for support, guidance, and collaboration

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one - 9.7%
two - 32.3%
three - 25.8%
four - 12.9%
five or more - 19.4%

Total votes: 31
The voting for this poll has ended on: November 17, 2013

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