Allied Health- Occupational Therapy/Respiratory Care Emphasis
Keystone offers the first two years of study for both Occupational Therapists and Respiratory Therapists.
An occupational therapist helps patients improve their ability to perform tasks of daily living in both home and work environments. They work with individuals who suffer from physically, developmentally or emotionally disabling conditions.
The Occupational Therapy emphasis prepares students for entry into a 2+2 BS program with an articulating school:
Respiratory therapists help people who have difficulty breathing due to illness or injury. Practicing under the directions of a physician, respiratory therapists assume primary responsibility for therapeutic treatments and diagnostic procedures.
The Respiratory Therapy emphasis prepares students for entry into a 2+2 BS programs with the following articulating schools: