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Occupational Therapy Insights is a show for parents, educational professionals, and occupational therapists, that delves into the world of occupational therapy. Here occupational therapy is broken down into its simplest form for all to understand. The show is hosted by Dr. Frederick Covington, an occupational therapy professor, author, award winning inventor, and occupational therapy private practice owner.
 
Supporting differently wired children can be both rewarding and challenging! Holly Blanc Moses, everyone's favorite behavior expert, shares her strategies to help children diagnosed with Autism and ADHD. If you want to learn how to effectively improve behavior, emotional health, social skills and academic performance, this podcast is for you.
 
What is your Patch in Occupational Therapy? Not sure what I am talking about? Join me as I talk about my OT journey as an OTD student. I will be discussing my patches in OT, grad school struggles and joys, hot-topics in OT, and most of all YOUR stories of your Patch in OT. This podcast allows for OTs to think outside the box of possible healthcare fields OT would thrive in. So, what is your patch?
 
reTHINK OT is an Occupational Therapy Podcast of short audio content to help you to REDEFINE what it is to be an occupational therapy practitioner. At Buffalo Occupational Therapy (outpatient OT clinic) we are #RehabRebels teaching clinicians the FULL scope of occupational therapy practice. OT is science driven, medically-oriented, top-down, and CUTTING EDGE--it's time for therapists to start respecting their own profession and understanding that OTs do the upper body AND the lower body, GAI ...
 
Welcome to the Thriving Littles Podcast, where you will learn interactional tips to nurture littles' growth and development through the lens of a pediatric occupational therapist specializing in emotions, behaviors, and relationships. An infant, toddler, child, parenting, or lifestyle book is highlighted each episode. To contact Thriving Littles, reach out to hello@thrivinglittles.com, Instagram @thrivinglittles or connect via website at www.thrivinglittles.com
 
The Seniors Flourish Podcast helps occupational therapy practitioners working with older adults be the best they can be - not only by showcasing relevant interviews, answering questions, current articles and hot topics, but also to get OT practitioners EXCITED about working with older adults, give actionable ideas that listeners can take and use in their own practice and have some FUN along the way.
 
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Abnormalities in olfactory function have been identified in a number of neurological and psychiatric disorders, including Parkinson’s disease and schizophrenia. However, little is known about olfactory function in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The present study aims to assess the olfactory profiles of children with ASD, compared to an age- and se…
 
The mission of Good Beginnings of Central Vermont is to bring community to families and their babies. Any family with a new baby is eligible for our free services. Trained, pre-screened Postpartum Angel volunteers provide hands-on help to new parents in the home. Parent drop-in space, The Nest, is open weekly to the community on W, Th, and F. Baby …
 
Every older person, everywhere, should have access to high quality and person-centred health services. That's why the World Health Organization has published guidelines on Integrated Care for Older People. Learn more here: goo.gl/C7UcSA and here: goo.gl/iX1Qnp Populations around the world are rapidly ageing. It will increase demand for primary heal…
 
Click here for a machine generated transcript One Fine Day everything changes. Nothing will be the same. Sometimes that's a good thing. Sometimes it's not. And sometimes we won't know for years. Sameer Bhide was living the American dream. He grew up in India, Came to the US for college, graduated with his Masters Degree, got his green card, and too…
 
The Center for Epidemiological Studies-Depression (CES-D), originally published by Radloff in 1977, is a 20-item measure that asks caregivers to rate how often over the past week they experienced symptoms associated with depression, such as restless sleep, poor appetite, and feeling lonely. Response options range from 0 to 3 for each item (0 = Rare…
 
Children with Autism and/or ADHD are more likely to experience learning differences. These differences can contribute to feelings of- Anxiety Shame Embarrassment Isolation Hopelessness, and Anger Join Nicole and me as we talk about how to support children with dyslexia and help them thrive. Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss anything:) xx, Ho…
 
Rob Mermin studied under Mime under Marcel Marceau and in addition to being a Mime is a director, lecturer, author, clown, magician, and raconteur. He has Parkinson's Disease and used his training as a mime to develop The Parkinson’s Pantomime Project (PD Mime). PD Mime explores methods of training in specific motor skills adapted from the techniqu…
 
This book outlines the importance of understanding culture and its impact on our lives, the strategic value of cultural intelligence, and the significance of integrating and practicing cultural intelligence in everyday life. The book is designed to help you overcome the challenges in intercultural interactions by focusing on cultural intelligence i…
 
Click here for a machine-generated transcript. I'm excited to announce the new Strokecast Newsletter. This free, monthly email newsletter will launch this summer. You can sign up at http://Strokecast.com/News It will include synopses of recent events, stroke community news, updates from previous guests and more. So signup for free at http://Strokec…
 
If you're a parent, you'll want to hear this episode and share, share, and share some more. If you're a professional, you're going to LOVE this interview because you care deeply for your students, clients, and their families. I hope you join Casey (Occupational Therapist) and me as we talk about 5 things that professionals need to tell parents. Par…
 
The model of disablement suggested by the World Health Organization (WHO) has provided useful conceptual distinctions for impairment, disability, and handicap. In practical terms, impairment occurs at the organ level, representing any loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological, or anatomical structure or function. Disability occurs at the …
 
Background. Objective measures of functional walking remain scarce for individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury (ISCI). Hence, the authors developed the Spinal Cord Injury Functional Ambulation Profile (SCI-FAP), which encompasses the timed performance of 7 tasks, such as walking and negotiating obstacles, doors, and stairs. Objective. To ass…
 
Sarah Richardson, M.S., M. Ed. CHHC is the owner of Rise And Shine Running and Co-Owner of ChiLiving, the parent company of ChiRunning and ChiWalking. She is the author of From Sidelines to Start Lines: The Frustrated Runner's Guide to Lacing Up for a Lifetime and a contributing author in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Running for Good. As a Master Chi…
 
In completing this Checklist the patient, with your support, is making an assessment of their current strengths, needs and abilities. As a Keyworker you will need to use your professional knowledge of spinal cord injury to support the patient in responding to the questions in each area. Where the nature of a patient’s injury makes physical independ…
 
Click here for a machine-generated English transcript A stroke is a forced opportunity to reevaluate our personal and professional lives. Maybe we don't think we can do our previous jobs as well. Or maybe others make that decision for us. Regardless, is now a good time to go into business yourself? Maybe. Of course, being an entrepreneur always has…
 
In many countries, the rehabilitation workforce is underequipped to meet population needs due to large scale shortages across professions and specializations, and issues of quality and relevance. As the demand for rehabilitation escalates, the need to expand workforce production and strengthen regulation and quality assurance mechanisms becomes inc…
 
This isn't an easy topic - heart-breaking actually. However, it's one we can't avoid. Why? Because differently wired children are twice as likely to pass away early. These deaths are primarily due to unintentional injury. I hope you join Christina and me as we talk about Andrew's story and her mission to spread awareness. We also cover- Impulsivity…
 
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