2. Occupational Therapy Aide
Occupational therapy aides are assistants who help patients develop and improve their skills to function in their daily lives after an incident has occurred. They help to set up the equipment involved in patients’ therapy, make appointments, and deal with the medical forms required. People of all ages can benefit from occupational therapy to improve their health and well-being.
Becoming an occupational therapy aide requires a high school diploma. More experience occupational therapy aides or assistants provide quality training on the job. It helps to have CPR and Basic Life Support certification. An aide is usually paid by the hour since their involvement in the therapy process isn’t very extensive. On average, occupational therapy aides earn $33,780.