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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.
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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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Episode 1 of a 5 Episode series on treating Traumatic Brain Injuries in Outpatient Occupational Therapy practice.The point of view of an outpatient occupational therapy practitioners in the treatment of Traumatic Brain Injuries is different than inpatient settings. Many times we are not addressing ADLs and IADLs. This series will be great for a stu…
 
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a group of disorders that affect a person’s ability to move and maintain balance and posture. CP is the most common motor disability in childhood. Cerebral means having to do with the brain. Palsy means weakness or problems with using the muscles. CP is caused by abnormal brain development or damage to the developing brain th…
 
Cara Conway of Paws with a Cause joins me to answer your questions about service dogs! Learn how to apply for a free service dog Understand the difference between a service dog and an emotional support animal Identify ways a service dog can help reduce anxiety, build confidence and improve communication Learn about matching Find out how a service d…
 
Lack of a classification system for occupational therapy (OT) rehabilitation interventions for traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) rehabilitation in the United States makes conducting outcomes research difficult. This article describes an OT SCI rehabilitation taxonomy (system to categorize and classify treatments). OT clinicians and researchers fro…
 
Stroke is the leading cause of disability in the United States and a top diagnosis for occupational therapy (OT) services among neurological conditions. Academic programs teach OT students neurological frames of reference (FORs) to provide a foundation for future practice. To meet accreditation standards, entry-level curricula must reflect current …
 
Certified clinical Somatic Practitioner, IAYT certified functional movement Yoga Therapist. Other trainings: trauma informed spaces, RMTi, Brain Gym, Anatomy Trains movement immersion, improvisational movement. Pregnancy, Birth and Postpartum, prenatal yoga certification, Birth and Postpartum doula with Michelle L'Esperence, Healing Touch for Babie…
 
Click here for a machine generated transcript by Microsoft Word on the Web. Feldenkrais movement is a method of retaining the brain by using small, deliberate manipulations of the joints. Practitioners use it to treat everything from stroke-related disabilities to Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSS) and more. It's something I read about in my ear…
 
Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland, California, is the world’s first and largest nonprofit center dedicated to giving artists with disabilities the space to let their talents shine. Since 1974, the center has served hundreds of artists with developmental, mental and physical disabilities who lacked formal education in the arts. The studio helps …
 
This fact sheet is provided to help you understand the current evidence for diagnosing and managing facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD). The American Academy of Neurology (AAN) is the world’s largest association of neurologists and neuroscience professionals. Neurologists are doctors who identify and treat diseases of the brain and nervou…
 
Musculoskeletal pain is a complex and multifactorial phenomenon and treatment requires an individualized multidisciplinary approach that addresses biopsychosocial influences and empowers people with shared decision- making. Increasingly evidence-based non-pharmacological treatments options are being integrated with standard care as part of a person…
 
When is the last time you gave yourself permission? Permission to - Rest Speak your mind Feel sad Take a breath Say, "No" Be still The truth is that we rarely give ourselves permission but that's about to change. Hayden and I talk about the importance of permission and how to start your first slip xx, Holly - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Learn …
 
This paper investigates the robustness of recent findings on the effect of parental background on child health. We are particularly concerned with the extent to which their finding that income effects on child health are the result of spurious correlation rather than some causal mechanism. A similar argument can be made for the effect of education …
 
Despite the call for the profession to embrace a more integrated and holistic approach to practice, therapists may be faced with practical challenges, including issues relating to client caseloads, productivity demands, scheduling, entrenched practices, limitations on service imposed by payer sources, and staffing and budgetary restraints, to name …
 
Holistic Nutritionist, Mindfulness Coach, Food as Medicine Educator, Food Sovereignty Activist, Folk Herbalist, Homesteader, Professional Translator Lisa works one-on-one with clients intensively so that they have the knowledge, practical tools, support, and accountability they need to meet their health goals, find harmony in their lives, and becom…
 
Persons with disabilities are more likely than others to experience adverse socioeconomic, such as less education, poorer health, fewer employment opportunities, and higher poverty rates. To end poverty and boost shared prosperity, we must leave no one behind. At the World Bank, we’re working to build inclusive, resilient, and sustainable communiti…
 
Wellness is a familiar term, but what is its true definition? Is it simply the absence of disease? This chapter will define all the components of holistic wellness and describe the factors that contribute to not only a person’s physical and mental health, but also their ability to develop, thrive, succeed, enjoy life, and meet challenges head on wi…
 
Since occupational therapy began its plight to fit into the medical model, occupational therapy practitioners have struggled with identity. Is occupational therapy top-down or bottom-up? In school, OTPs are taught one thing -- TOP DOWN TOP DOWN TOP DOWN! I mean, that's what AOTA and NBCOT need us to know...But then you get out into practice and qui…
 
Remote, in-person learning, and asynchronous days - It's overwhelming for students, parents, and teachers! Cassie Frost joins us today with 8 ways to help children with Autism and ADHD successfully transition. Don't miss this episode! xx, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN MORE ABOUT HOLLY LEARN MORE ABOUT CASSIE AND DISRUPT…
 
Hundreds of thousands of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in America are living and receiving care at home. But their aging caregivers, many of whom are parents or siblings, are worried about who will continue to care for their loved ones when they are gone. Christopher Booker reports on some steps being taken to support fami…
 
Skyrocketing health care costs have resulted in significant changes to reimbursement rates in health care. The result has increased pressure to be as efficient as possible while maintaining high quality care. The purpose of this exploratory study was to examine health care professionals’ perceptions on whether and how productivity pressures have im…
 
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