Home to the MOHO Clearinghouse
The internationally acclaimed Model of Human Occupation (MOHO) is the most widely-cited and utilized occupation-focused practice model in the world
Inducted to the 2018 Roster of Fellows of the American Occupational Therapy Association (FAOTA) for her contributions to building Communities of Practice in Early Childhood
The Scholarship of Practice model guides research and scholarship in the UIC Department of Occupational Therapy
Working to eliminate the gap between people who have access to quality care and people who do not
We partner with many community organizations in Chicago that support our teaching, research, scholarship and service missions
Inducted to the 2018 Roster of Fellows of the American Occupational Therapy Association (FAOTA for her contributions to Fieldwork Education and Neurodegenerative Rehabilitation
Since 1943, the Department of Occupational Therapy at the University of Illinois at Chicago has been integrating research, education and clinical practice in service to one vision: Creating Tomorrow’s Practice.
We’re shaping the profession though our engagement in our Scholarship of Practice model which generates research and theories that will improve occupational therapy practice; our commitment to excellent education for the leaders and practitioners of tomorrow; our service in leading the profession; our connection with Disability Studies and involving people with disabilities in our classes and research; our engagement in international initiatives; and our community partnerships through which we enhance the lives of people with disabilities and chronic health conditions.
We enact our mission in the context of an urban research university that embraces diversity, social justice and community engagement.” Our faculty, students and alumni are innovative professionals who transform the health and quality of life of individuals from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds and global communities.