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Best Occupational Therapy Assistant podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Occupational Therapy Assistant podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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OT 4 Lyfe looks to go beyond the typical discussion of topics relating to occupational therapy. This show goes in depth to explore the research, issues, and people that influence the lives of OT students, practitioners, and their clients. For us, occupational therapy is more than just a job.
 
Rachel Harrington, a pediatric Occupational Therapy Assistant and owner of The Sensory Project, along with Jessica Hill, a pediatric Occupational Therapy Assistant, health coach entrepreneur, and mother, answer your questions related to all things sensory, occupational therapy, parenting, self-care, nutrition, and health, from a therapist’s perspective. Providing raw, honest, fun ideas, and strategies, for parents and families to implement into daily life.
 
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Joel and Sarah discuss: One tip for someone wanting to be better about their finances Budget is not a 4 letter word Money as a tool that is tied to your values Tracking your spending: Mint- https://www.mint.com/ Know how much money is coming in and where it is going The why behind people’s money Peace out money The big three: housing, transportatio…
 
In this episode, Jayson hosts "The OT Dad", Billy Hatridge, to talk about what it is like to an education-based occupational therapist in the rural area of southwest Arkansas. Listen in as we share stories to help you not make the same mistakes we have. Show Notes: otschoolhouse.com/episode46 Sponsor: Purpose Therapy Box - Use promo code otschoolho…
 
WELCOME to our first bonus episode! We are so excited to send this one out into the world and hopefully provide you with valuable information regarding teletherapy! Take notes and make sure to check out our FREE Teletherapy Guide over at thesensoryprojectclub.com/freebies. The CLUB registration is currently (April 1-4, 2020) open!!!! Head over to T…
 
This week on The Sensory Project Show, Rachel and Jessica chat with Gwen - the mastermind behind BrainWorks, the Sensory Diet Tool for therapists, parents, educators, and caregivers! Not only is Gwen the creator of Sensational Brain (a website with a variety of resources including handouts and webinars), but she’s also a speaker, Occupational Thera…
 
If you struggle to identify your child’s negative actions as “sensory related” or “behavior related,” this episode is for you! A sensory related behavior will frequently manifest differently than a behavior related action - meaning the child’s sensory system is overloaded which causes them to have a meltdown. A behavior related action is typically …
 
Sarah discusses: The beginning of when I first started to hear about COVID-19 Stories from from friends who live in Venice Cancellation of conferences (i.e: AOTA) The moment that I realized COVID-19 was a big deal Cancellation of fieldwork, students, and volunteers Weighing the risks and the unknowns Navigating the changes with my family Disruption…
 
In this episode, Jayson shares advice from eighteen fellow school-based occupational therapists and members of the OT School House Community! We cover each of the following topics: Getting to know everyone on campus and allow them to get to know you Building rapport Asking Questions Knowledge translation - Get trained and train others Getting organ…
 
As therapists, we oftentimes focus our treatment sessions on building strength and endurance in order to improve a child’s ability to attain and sustain a postural position. For instance, we want to improve a child’s ability to sit upright at their desk in order to focus well in school. This means we must identify any compensatory strategies in ord…
 
In this episode, Jayson hosts an OT/OTA team from the state of Michigan to discuss the dynamics of the working relationship and how to maximize communication. Mary Kleinheksel and Cait Bowen talk about the systems they have put in place to maximize communications and facilitate trust among the practitioners. We also talk about aspects of billing, e…
 
In this episode, I share 7 tips to help you get ready for a tough, maybe high-profile, IEP. With the help of a few personal experiences, I talk about how to ensure that you are prepared logistically and emotionally for what can be an intense 3-6 hours with the IEP team. Did you listen and feel like I forgot something on my list? Let me know with an…
 
Welcome to Episode 75 of The Sensory Project Show! In this episode, Rachel and Jessica talk with Dr. Ryan Johnson, an Idaho native who not only graduated from optometry school but also completed a residency in binocular vision and neuro-optometry. He is passionate about helping people and spreading the word that vision is a large piece of the puzzl…
 
Welcome to Episode 74 of The Sensory Project Show! In this episode, Rachel and Jessica talk about the importance of creating a relationship with your child / client. They believe that children should enjoy therapy and that the family should trust the therapist. They also believe that there are certain tricks and strategies to help foster a positive…
 
Sarah and Danielle discuss: Navigating early intervention assessment as a parent and a therapist A blessing and a curse of being an OT going through this process Roles of being a mom, an OT, getting her doctorate, and now being a therapy mom The importance of having a “village” The defining moment that made her seek out help Developmental trajector…
 
Jasmin Thomas, OTD, OTR/L (Moderator), Allen Leris, PhD, CTRC, Razan Hamen, PhD, OYR/L, Zolia Rojas, MD, OTR/L, Felix Nwamaghinna, MSB, PA-C, Carla Boutin-Foster, MD, MS (Panelists)By Jasmin Thomas, OTD, OTR/L (Moderator), Allen Leris, PhD, CTRC, Razan Hamen, PhD, OYR/L, Zolia Rojas, MD, OTR/L, Felix Nwamaghinna, MSB, PA-C, Carla Boutin-Foster, MD, MS (Panelists)
 
Welcome to Episode 73 of The Sensory Project Show! In this episode, Rachel and Jessica chat with Kali Jacobs, an Occupational Therapist in Toronto. She specializes in Vestibular Integration so get ready to take notes because she drops some seriously valuable info in today’s interview! Enjoy! SHOW NOTES / LINKS / RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS SMILE Therapy F…
 
Welcome to Episode 72 of The Sensory Project Show! In this episode, Rachel and Jessica challenge the idea of a “gift guide.” What if, instead of giving your child(ren) toys for Christmas, you gift EXPERIENCES? Listen in as they talk about the why, the how, and the what. Enjoy! SHOW NOTES / LINKS / RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS Round Therapy Ball Peanut Ther…
 
Welcome to Episode 71 of The Sensory Project Show! In this episode, Rachel and Jessica sit down with Karen, a mother of multiple children who have benefited from several different types of therapies. Not only is Karen an incredible story teller, but she is relatable and passionate. Listen in as she talks about her children and her journey. Enjoy! S…
 
One aspect of school-based OT that both therapists and administrators alike seem to be reaching for is the development of an effective and organized RTI program. One that allows therapists to have a meaningful difference in the classroom for the students and teachers. In episode 42, Jayson shares how RTI has moved from being just for teachers to be…
 
Sarah and TJ discuss: His interest in obstacle course racing 9/13/2003- The day of his accident What his life looked like before The extend of his injuries from the accident and then once in the hospital The perspective of going through inpatient care Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center: http://dhs.lacounty.gov/wps/portal/dhs/rancho Co…
 
Welcome to Episode 69 of The Sensory Project Show! Today, Rachel and Jessica chat with The Sleep Fairy, The Bedtime Whisperer - Krista. She is a Certified Pediatric Sleep Consultant and her passion is helping families get their babies and toddlers sleeping through the night. Her goal is to empower families worldwide and she has so much passion for …
 
Welcome to Episode 68 of The Sensory Project Show! Today, Rachel and Jessica give you all the info on weighted items - vests, blankets, and lap pads. They talk about how much weight to use as well as other tips and tricks to help your child successfully utilize these tools to feel calm, cool, and collected! Be sure to check out the show notes for l…
 
In episode 41, Jayson talks about the American Occupational Therapy Association's Occupational Profile and how it can be better suited to meet the needs of school-based and pediatric occupational therapists. We will look at why it is important to build an occupational profile and how to best do that in the schools to save you time and energy! Get y…
 
Welcome to Episode 67 of The Sensory Project Show! Today, Rachel and Jessica discuss the various “early warning signs” when it comes to Sensory Processing Disorder. It’s important to note that if a child exhibits one of the signs as discussed, this does not mean the child “has” SPD - it simply means there is a potential for a “different” sensory re…
 
Sarah and Laura discuss: Her favorite weekend occupation The lack of lunch breaks as a pediatric OT My secret to hot lunches on the go: https://amzn.to/3212ums Laura’s favorite food Our sensory quirks How she explains sensory processing to parents Facilitating parents to be validated with their feelings The importance of education for the caregiver…
 
Welcome to Episode 66 - Part 2 of The Sensory Project Show! Today, Rachel and Jessica dive deep into tough topics with Amber Grant. Amber is passionate about helping her boys thrive in their everyday lives as well as helping others! This interview was so insightful and ended up lasting for nearly 2 hours! Make sure you've listened to Part 1! SHOW N…
 
In this episode, Jayson hosts the OT Dad, Billy Hatridge, to review an article titled "Hand Strength, Handwriting, and Functional Skills in Children With Autism" by Michele Alaniz, Eleanor Galit, Corina Isabel Necesito & Emily Rosario. This is a 2015 article from the American Journal of Occupational Therapy. Show notes: otschoolhouse.com/episode40 …
 
Welcome to Episode 66 of The Sensory Project Show! Today, Rachel and Jessica talk with the mother of two amazing boys - Amber Grant. Amber is passionate about helping her boys thrive in their everyday lives as well as helping others! This interview was so insightful and ended up lasting for nearly 2 hours! This is Part 1 so be sure to tune in next …
 
Sarah and Jordan discuss: Today is a big day, why is that? Experiencing back to back fieldworks When did he find out about OT? How the Level 1 Fieldworks were integrating within his program One thing he wished he knew going into his level 2 fieldworks Realization of balancing life with fieldwork Challenges he faced during his rotations Managing sel…
 
Welcome to Episode 65 of The Sensory Project Show! Today, Rachel and Jessica dive into a not-so-familiar topic - multi-sensory processing. As per usual, they go through the details to help you understand why they are so passionate about this topic and why they use a multi-sensory approach during their OT treatment sessions and promote it to their c…
 
Chantal, EJ, and Sarah discuss: Their feelings now that fieldwork is over The biggest hurdle they faced during fieldwork Coming up with novel, fun, and exciting groups in the mental health setting Where they felt like they grew the most in during the rotation Skills they will continue to work on as the make the transition to being a practitioner Le…
 
Welcome to Episode 64 of The Sensory Project Show! Today, Rachel and Jessica talk with Nekole, an Occupational Therapist who is passionate about helping families. She specializes in early childhood development and strives to help the entire family thrive! She has her own website, a YouTube channel, and an amazing Instagram account where she shares …
 
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