Leading Through Excellence
The faculty of the School of Occupational Therapy at Texas Woman’s University believes that creative adaptation solves unique occupational challenges.
The School of Occupational Therapy engages in innovative research and discovery around occupation and adaptation in the context of clients’ lives. Our faculty provides mentoring in scholarship for developing occupational therapy leaders through research and community collaborations locally and globally. The faculty’s research supports the mission of the School of Occupational Therapy by providing students with opportunities to learn, serve and produce research to advance practice to enhance well-being among all people, populations and communities.
Translating knowledge gained from research to shape clinician training and clinical practice.
Understanding the impact of contexts and environments on occupation and lived experiences.
Promoting adaptive responses within individuals and exploring the impact on participation.
Assessments and interventions aimed to improve occupational performance for individuals with neurodevelopmental conditions.
Investigation of the impact of therapeutic interventions on independence and community engagement.
Exploration of lived experiences of older adults and the impact of occupation based interventions.