Assistive Technology

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The purpose of assistive technology is to help people complete their daily tasks.

Through the AT certificate program, students learn and develop valuable skills applicable to many different settings, from healthcare to education. You will learn to use a variety of resources, from simple and low-tech, to high-tech.
If you are looking for a non-traditional course that combines the freedom of online courses with hands-on experience, then a certificate in AT from Casper College may be the fit for you!

Certificate info

For requirements and more information about this program, view its listing in the course catalog:

Why study assistive therapy at Casper College?

Students gain experience through practicum hours in local schools, the AT lab and trainings, as well as the opportunity to build and design their own assistive therapy routines.

AT is found in many different settings, from school to daily life and could be applicable to almost every field. Students who are interested in AT have often gone on to enroll in the occupational therapy assistant program.

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Contact

Academic Assistant, School of Health Science
Office: HS 202
307-268-2235
Program Director;
Occupational Therapy Assistant Program Director
Office: LH 113B
307-268-2867
Dean, School of Health Science
Office: HS 202A
307-268-2495

Faculty

Cassady Hoff, OTA Program Director

Theresa Robinett,  OTA Instructor and Certificate Coordinator

Melissa NeffOTA Instructor and Fieldwork Coordinator