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Deliver the future and real world experience of Occupational Therapy to your student practitioners. New technology & innovative OT Practice are in critical demand among rehab facilities, hospital systems, adult & pediatric home health, fall prevention coalitions, agencies on aging, senior-living communities, and our rapidly growing US aging population.
Innovation for DOT, MOT, & OTA Programs
Home for Life Design's Award-Winning Home Assessment provides colleges and universities the unique opportunity to meet this demand.
Enhance & Impact Student Courses & Professional Research Projects
Value of OT to Reduce Hospital & Rehab Readmissions
Productive & Healthy Aging, Technology & Aging
Emerging Practice, Measurable Outcomes, Assistive Technologies
Occupational Performance Rating & Metrics
Home & Environmental Assessments, Fall Prevention
Use of Technology for Teaching in Higher Education
Home Modification Products & Recommendations
Identifying Barriers & Support Networks, Reducing Caregiver Burden
Electronic Health Record Simulation & More
Students experience the latest technology in their field that inspires innovation. Faculty members introduce new technology, solutions, and best practices into their curricula to propel students with in-demand skills for their future professions.
Universities Select Home for Life Design
Pioneering Innovation to Occupational Therapy Programs
“We chose Home for Life Design’s software for our students because it provides the most comprehensive evaluation of the home and gives our students real world experience with an innovative tool that is being adopted throughout the industry.”
Dr. Karen Jacobs
EdD, OTR/L, CPE, FAOTA,
Clinical Professor, Director, Boston University
Occupational Therapy Distance Education Program
“Western Michigan delivers to students the latest technology in healthcare service. Through the use of Home for Life Design's solution, we are preparing them to increase the level of efficiency and performance in Occupational Therapy."
Dr. Debra Lindstrom
PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, Professor
Western Michigan University