1. Recreational Therapist
The recreational therapy profession can be traced back to the 1850's when Florence Nightingale suggested that recreational experiences could improve the human condition.
2. Occupational Therapist
An occupational therapist is someone who enables people to become more productive and overcome obstacles when experiencing difficulties attempting to do everyday activities.
3. Substance Abuse Social Worker
Substance Abuse Social Worker
A substance abuse social worker evaluates and treats people who have substance abuse problems.
4. Personal Care Aide
Personal Care Aide
A personal care aide is someone who works to help another person complete their daily activities.
5. Special Education Teacher
Special Education Teacher
A special education teacher is someone who works with children and youths who have a variety of disabilities.
6. Drug & Alcohol Counselor
Drug & Alcohol Counselor
A drug & alcohol counselor is a trained professional who works with addicts to help them better understand and overcome their addictions.
8. Sign Language Interpreter
Sign Language Interpreter
A sign language interpreter is someone who helps hearing impaired or deaf individuals understand a spoken language by converting it into sign language.
9. Occupational Therapist Assistant
Occupational Therapist Assistant
An occupational therapist assistant is someone who works under the direction of an occupational therapist.
A geneticist is someone who specializes in the science of genetics.