Guide to Rehabilitation Therapy Assistant Schools

Rehabilitation therapy assistants are a vital component in the presentation of occupational, speech and physical therapy programs.

Under the direct supervision of a licensed rehabilitation therapist, an assistant can document a patient’s progress and assist in developing and administering a treatment plan.

Most jobs in this profession require an associate degree from an accredited school or college, which can be earned in two years or less.

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