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Little Ways to Make Your Occupational Therapy Sessions More Effective 

February 18th, 2015 by

Therapist Assisting GirlFrom time to time, all therapists have a session that doesn’t go as planned. Sometimes your client isn’t feeling well enough to complete your planned activities, or they may have poor attention and lack full engagement if it’s the end of the day. effetti pillola viagra cheap viagra online canada [...] Read More

Popular Pediatric Jobs: Clinics Vs. Schools

February 4th, 2015 by

Pediatric Therapist As a pediatric occupational therapist, the most common settings involve working in an outpatient clinic or at a school. Many pediatric OTs explore both of these settings through fieldwork opportunities or by diving into it and beginning to work at one. [...] Read More

The Difference Between Rural and Urban Occupational Therapy

January 14th, 2015 by

Occupational TherapyWhether you’re relocating to the country or trying out the city for the first time as an OT, you’ll notice that the community type you work in completely affects the nature of your job. Everything from the pace, the type of clients you treat, and the lifestyle of your day-to-day work can largely depend on your geographical area. [...] Read More

4 Everyday Items That Can be Used for Therapy Equipment

December 17th, 2014 by

therapy rehab equipmentAs a therapist who travels from schools to homes to a clinic over a day, ingenuity is key. The act of lugging around therapy equipment in my bag leads to neck and shoulder strain and awkward and apologetic maneuvers through the subway crowds. Beyond the hassle of carrying a large load, therapy equipment can be very expensive and is not always covered under insurance. In cases when they are, a client may have to wait weeks to months to actually receive it, at which point the product may not be exactly what they need at their moment of the recovery process. [...] Read More

What Kind of Education Do I Need to Become an Occupational Therapist?

November 26th, 2014 by

education for occupational therapistsHelping people live the independent lives they desire seems like a great way to help our aging population and the occupational therapy profession deals with just that. Occupational therapists are responsible for the rehabilitation of patients allowing them the opportunity to achieve their independence viagra 100mg ohne rezept. [...] Read More

The Latest Apps Helpful for OTs

November 12th, 2014 by

ot smartphone appOccupational therapists are using technology to help clients reach their goals and to remain efficient practitioners. I’ve gathered a list of a few very useful apps that OTs can use both during sessions and in-between to promote their productivity, grade tasks more or less challenging for a client, and reduce the burden of lugging around bulky therapy equipment. [...] Read More

How Can I Use My Occupational Therapy Skills to Help My Local Community?

October 29th, 2014 by

using occupational therapy in your communityIt’s likely that most occupational therapists are drawn to this career to help others and make a difference. Sometimes, we get stuck in our every day routines and drift from our original motivators. We might patiently help our clients day in and out, yet not have an ounce of tolerance left for the slow driver in front of us on our way home. [...] Read More

Finding a Fulfilling Career in Occupational Therapy

October 9th, 2014 by

finding a job in occupational therapyAs a new graduate with a master’s degree in occupational therapy, you want to find a position in which you’d not only be fulfilled at the end of the day, but where you’d have the opportunity to explore new treatments and techniques to help clients. [...] Read More

Treating the Whole Occupational Therapy Patient

October 2nd, 2014 by

treating the whole ot patientWhen we as therapists get hyper-focused on our “thing”  (pediatric feeding, head – trauma, dementia, etc.) we often miss the big picture. For instance, you come up with a treatment plan that looked appropriate just one week ago.  Then you see the patients and they look and sound suddenly worse or much better. [...] Read More