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Our Commitment What is CSU-OT Doing?

We seek to combat injustice in occupational performance and participation through understanding personal bias and the true meaning of inclusion. We strive to change the landscape of our field to represent the diversity of our clients and better advocate for their occupational needs. – CSU-OT Diversity Group

In Spring 2020, the ATRC was ready to assist with issues of accessibility when many courses moved to online instruction due to COVID-19. The Center not only assisted students in overcoming various online learning challenges but has developed an accessibility by design website with resources and tutorials for faculty to create inclusive and accessible course content.

The puzzle to navigating everyday life may look different for everyone. The Center for Community Partnerships supports 125-150 people each year, providing tools, resources and strategies that optimize participation for all people.

Aspiring for Inclusive Excellence In Occupational Therapy: A Time for Reflection & Call for Action!

Presentation by Patty Stutz-Tanenbaum, recipient of the Marjorie Ball Award, at the Occupational Therapy Association of Colorado Conference in October 2019.

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