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.
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Best Occupational Therapy Student podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Occupational Therapy Student podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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.
This podcast is for occupational therapy practitioners and students looking to keep up with evidence based practice. Each week, we discuss one influential OT-related journal article.
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There are many students without internet access. Take note of these means to help them obtain access. There are companies trying to assist those without. Here are several limited-time service offers that are currently available to households with K-12 and college students who are impacted by the coronavirus pandemic: Charter Spectrum is offering 60…
When dating with a disability can romance, love, and perfect first dates be found amidst all the questions and false starts?
How do you show expressions on your face? Here is your answer. Learn the intricacies of facial musculature.
As the coronavirus has shook the OT world, especially limiting face-to-face sessions, we have been pushed to go online. As I began this online adventure, I initially found many young children can quickly loose interest over multiple sessions. My solution to this was to think of what they typically use computers, tablets, phones for. The conclusion …
Here is a good review of the muscles of the upper limb.
Let's have a quick review of the cognitive behavioral frame of reference.
Processes of visual development that yield a view of the world as coherent and stable begin well before birth and extend over the first several years after the onset of visual experience. Infants are born capable of seeing and with specific preferences that guide the point of gaze to relevant portions of the visual scene to support learning about o…
This is the first in a series of four videos that goes over how to memorize the dermatomes, or the area of skin supplied by nerves from a single spinal root. This video goes over all cervical nerves as well as the first two thoracic nerves to cover the upper extremity and the dorsal head and neck.
This edition of Arthritis by the Numbers includes three new sections – and about 200 new and/or updated observations about arthritis. It can be used by a wide audience as a trustworthy set of verified facts, meant to inform patients and patient advocacy thought-leaders, elected officials, academics, drug/device industry professionals, occupational …
Here is an excellent review for examining cranial nerves. This guide provides excellent visuals.
This is truly facing death head. These terminally ill patients participate in their own stand-up comedy routines and pokes fun at their impending demise. This not only helps the patient but the families as well. Check out this short video.
Kids who struggle with sensory processing issues can be highly sensitive to noise. This can make everything from grocery shopping to school fire drills a challenge. Here are some in-the-moment ways to help your child cope with noise sensitivity.
Hey guys, This is just a quick video as I am out and about getting household goods since we are going into a state of quarantine for the next couple of days. I spoke with some cashiers while purchasing my items, and noticed make shift masks and gloves. Some had bandanas over their mouths and grocery bags over their hands with tape around their wris…
Sarah discusses: The difficulty we have describing our profession We don’t explain what it is that we do Reshaping how we talk about OT Bringin’ occupation back Stop using practice examples Rename the profession? Use occupational language #happyaprilfoolsdayBy OT 4 Lyfe
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It has spread from China to many other countries around the world, including the United States. Depending on the severity of COVID-19’s international impacts, outbreak conditions—including those rising to the level of a pandemic—can affect all aspects of da…
At any age, we should all exercise to avoid disease and maintain our lifestyles.
The primary purpose of this guide is to provide information that will support the development of quality individual educational plans (IEPs) for students with disabilities. A quality IEP is in compliance with all requirements of state and federal laws and regulations and reflects decisions based on the active and meaningful involvement of all membe…
The study examines the relationship between walking, cognitive, and academic skills. Students from elementary, middle, high school, and college were required to walk for 10 min prior to completing feature detection, Simon-type memory, and mathematical problem-solving tasks. Participants were counterbalanced to remove a time bias. Ten minutes of wal…
One of the general trends we’ve been following on the podcast is the potential of using coaching strategies in occupational therapy. And, as therapists around the globe are dialing into teletherapy, this research trend merits some consideration. After all, it may be an effective strategy to consider as many of us are seeking to restructure how we o…
Developmental delay occurs when a child does not achieve developmental milestones in comparison to peers of the same age range.
Catch up with what’s going on in the OT telehealth world. Review new billing codes and more.
Yoga for children is increasing in popularity. Many different types of yoga exist, but all types of yoga combine breathing, controlled postures and mental focus to improve fitness and decrease stress.
Here is a great way to brush up on some OT theories and frames of reference. Check out this short review of the Psychoanalytic Frame of Reference.
This guidebook will help determine if your computer workstation is a good fit for you. It will provide the basic tools to set up and maintain a healthy workspace in the office. This guide is not designed to address specific injuries—in this situation, a professional in the field should be contacted. The guide includes: • Definitions – making your w…
With the world starting to move toward a "quarantine" and more people staying at home. We want to make sure that the home is safe for our little ones. Here's a great room-by-room checklist to do so.
Quick Guide to the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework