Are You A Delaware OT or OTA? Read This!

Delaware OT and OTAs it's time to renew your licenses and that means you need to complete your continuing education requirements. The Delaware Board of Occupational Therapy requires all Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapist Assistants complete 20 contact hours of continuing education by July 31st, 2012. That's right around the corner! Even though the Board has a home study limit (Courses that you can take at home or online) of 10 contact hours, HomeCEU can help you finish the first 10. We are an AOTA approved provider, so you can rest easy knowing that the courses you choose are not only top-shelf quality but also approved by your state board.

What kinds of courses do we have to help you meet your requirements? Loads! We have a huge selection of text and Seminar-on-Demand courses just a few clicks away in our online course catalog. You can select courses covering a wide range of topics like Postsurgical Sports Rehab Knee & Shoulder: Module 1: Postsurgical management, Pharmacology for Rehab Professionals Module 3: Epilepsy, Skeletal Muscle, Anti Infective or even Clinical Massage Module 5: Overview and Treatment of Illness and Injury.

If you're looking for something a little more engaging than a text course we also have a selection Seminars-On-Demand to choose from. Combine Keeping Your COG over Your BOS (one of our best selling courses) with Effective Examination & Treatment of the Shoulder Complex for 10 hours of premiere continuing education. With Seminars-on-Demand it's easier and more fun than ever to get 10 or your 20 contact hours done quickly and conveniently.

Don't wait until it's too late...Choose your courses and get started today!!

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This article was written by Amy-Lynn Corey

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