Occupational therapists help people of all ages overcome barriers that affect their ability to engage in the everyday activities that are meaningful and important to them. They use a range of treatment strategies designed to enhance the person’s ability, such as modifying the task or environment, developing their skills, and/or education. Through this program, students will gain a thorough understanding of the theory and practice of occupational therapy, including foundation knowledge from the anatomical, physiological, social behavioural, and psychological sciences. Students also gain practical experience from their first year in a variety of community and healthcare settings, in on-site clinics and with external partners. For more information, visit Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Hons) at UQ.