Teaching tomorrow’s practitioners by serving today’s families.
TigerOT is a program that provides hands-on clinical opportunities for student practitioners in both traditional outpatient settings and the community. Student practitioners work collaboratively with clients of all ages and backgrounds to maximize potential in every aspects of daily life. TigerOT provides students authentic learning experiences which connect classroom educational learning to the real life needs of clients, in everyday places such as the home, preschools and recreational settings. Students also learn important skills such as collaboration with community partners in order to address programmatic and systemic needs.
TigerOT serves both children and adults who may be experiencing challenges associated with neurologic, musculoskeletal, mental health and developmentally based conditions. Specific conditions include stroke, head injury, amputation, chronic pain, autism, cerebral palsy, visual impairments and spinal cord injury.
Common services offered by TigerOT includes:
- Evaluation and individualized treatment to address functional limitations in self-care, household chores, play and leisure participation and other daily living skills.
- Adaptive equipment
- Environmental modification
- Fabrication of custom orthotics
- Assistive technology
Hours and location
The TigerOT Clinics are located in Clark Hall and Lewis Hall on the University of Missouri campus.
Services are by appointment, call for more information.
For more information please contact:
For information about how to give to TigerOT see our giving page.