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Royal College of Occupational Therapists
 
Royal College of Occupational Therapists is the professional membership body for occupational therapy staff in the UK. This is the home for our podcast series. www.rcot.co.uk/podcasts
 
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SensoryNanny
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Sensory Nanny is now a part of The FlyLady Network. You can still download previous archived episodes here. For future shows please go to www.blogtalkradio.com/flylady
 
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Start a Therapy Practice
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Tips, Tactics & Tools For Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy Private Practice Owners & Wannabe's. Scott Harmon is an Occupational Therapist With Two Clinics. If You're A Speech Therapist Or Physical Therapist Or OT Get Scott's Ebook & Join Him In The Academy Of Private Practice - Be Sure To Like The Start A Therapy Practice Facebook Page - Godspeed
 
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Occupational Therapy Insights
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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.
 
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Master Clinician Storyteller
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For physical therapists, occupational therapists, and other rehabilitative services professionals
 
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Meaningful Motherhood
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Meaningful Motherhood is a podcast for women seeking insight and inspiration around how to create their very own, personal brand of motherhood, one that is both meaningful and more importantly, which works for them, their children, their family, and their life. Hosted by Women’s Health Occupational Therapist Sarah Hausler, director of Bloom Wellbeing Occupational Therapy clinic and Women's Health Occupational Therapy Australia.
 
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RehabCast: The Rehabilitation Medicine Update
 
The audio hub for rehabilitation medicine produced by the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the field’s top journal. Hosted by Dr. Ford Vox. Each episode features in-depth interviews with scientists publishing in the journal and news briefs relevant to all rehabilitation clinicians - PM&R physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, psychologists and more. The Archives is the official journal of the American Congress of Rehabilitatio ...
 
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Break The Rules
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It’s time to stop letting fear and rules (food, body, fitness, health) hold you back from being the person you most want to be. Host Dr. Lauryn Lax is a leading Nutritional Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Functional Medicine Practitioner, and woman on a mission on a mission to (a.) shake up diet culture and (b.), help you thrive—inside and out. Each week, Dr. Lauryn invites guests on the show to “break some rules” with her in the studio—debunking popular health and nutrition myths, exposi ...
 
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Start a Therapy Practice
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Tips, Tactics & Tools For Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy Private Practice Owners & Wannabe's. Scott Harmon is an Occupational Therapist With Two Clinics. If You're A Speech Therapist Or Physical Therapist Or OT Get Scott's Ebook & Join Him In The Academy Of Private Practice - Be Sure To Like The Start A Therapy Practice Facebook Page - Godspeed
 
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SCI Bootcamp
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Overview:SCI Boot Camp is a podcast created for people living with spinal cord injuries (SCI) as a new medium for education, information sharing, learning and development, support, and community. Weekly Boot Camp broadcasts address issues across the spectrum of SCI-related subjects ranging from the science behind injuries and the rehabilitation experience to adaptive equipment and living intentionally with the injury. About the Host:The SCI Boot Camp podcast was developed by and is hosted by ...
 
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When a child complains about words “swimming” on the page of a book or feeling dizzy when they stand up or walk down the stairs, it could be a vestibular problem happening deep within the inner ear. Traditionally these vestibular and balance disorders have been a challenge to diagnose. Until now. New testing equipment can help pinpoint the prob ...…
 
We always need to be able to re-purpose and augment everything we utilize as occupational therapists. This creativity will save a lot of time and money in the long run. Check out this activity with a peg board and an iPad with a free metronome app.
 
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Substantial Matters: Life & Science of Parkinson’s
 
People with Parkinson’s disease (PD) are two times as likely to fall as other people their age. And while healthcare professionals recognize the extent of the problem, there is still a lot to learn about why they happen and what can be done to prevent them. Dr. Sotirios Parashos, Director of Research at the Struthers Parkinson's Center in Golde ...…
 
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Brooklands Radio Your Health Matters
 
Fatima Kamara introduces the series looking at health and social care. Today the focus is on Mental Health during the festive season with Nina Nwaosu, lead Occupational Therapist, Surrey & Borders NHS Trust.By studio@brooklandsfm.co.uk (Brooklands FM).
 
Host, Alan Eisenberg, talks with occupational therapist and friend, Avdeep Bahra, about how and why we suppress our emotions and how we can change that to be our authentic selves. Avdeep Bahra is an occupational therapist that uses various mindfulness-based techniques to enable clients to overcome self-limiting beliefs and thoughts. She guides ...…
 
Join host Amy Zellmer as she chats with Christy Sands of Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital. Christy Sands, PT, DPT Christy Sands has been a physical therapist at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital for 9 years. She earned a B.S. in Kinesiological Science in 2004, and a Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from University of Maryland in 2009. She has ...…
 
Today we interview the CEO and Founder of PediaSource, Hema Trukenbrod. PediaSource is a Chicago based technology healthcare startup. For 20 years she has used her passion and her work as a pediatric Sensory Integration therapist to transfer her skills into the world of social impact and leadership. PediaSource is a first of its kind technology ...…
 
As many US occupational therapists know, soon all OT's practicing in the US will be required to have a mandatory doctorate degree. There has been rigorous debate over the issues with many pros and cons discussed. To make therapists aware of why ACOTE decided to mandate a doctoral degree they have made the following statement and shared the atta ...…
 
guest: Corlia Schutte, Occupational Therapist
 
Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT) is a non-drug treatment administered by occupational therapists at Children’s of Alabama. CBIT consists of three components – training patients to be more aware of their tics, training patients to use “competing behavior” when they feel the urge to tic and making changes to everyday activiti ...…
 
Have you ever wondered why sometimes we, as parents, continuously get frustrated or upset at something our child says or does? To the point that it happens every single time for that specific situation, and you find yourself losing control? So... if you’re like me, and this has happened to you once, or twice or more….. then you my dear mama, ha ...…
 
A stroke (CVA) is a "brain attack". It can happen to anyone at any time. It occurs when blood flow to an area of brain is cut off. When this happens, brain cells are deprived of oxygen and begin to die. When brain cells die during a stroke, abilities controlled by that area of the brain such as memory and muscle control are lost. It is a leadin ...…
 
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Karlosophies - Stories Behind Success
 
Sarah Hausler is an Occupational Therapist, director of women's health business Bloom Wellbeing, host of the Meaningful Motherhood podcast, and mum to two spirited young girls. She's also a reformed over-achiever, embracing a slower pace of and recovering from a bout of adrenal fatigue brought on by her own damn stubbornness and refusal to take ...…
 
This week, Mick is joined by an occupational therapist, who has dedicated her career to tackling suicide. Jane Boland is Suicide Prevention Lead for Mersey Care – and says a new way of thinking about suicide has revolutionised how people receive help in the Merseyside region. She sets out how the changes have affected treatments since 2006. Als ...…
 
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Royal College of Occupational Therapists
 
Julia Scott, RCOT's Chief Executive, talks about what she heard on her recent travels around the four countries talking to members.----Soundtrack: They Say by WowaMusik @wowamusikCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/Music provided by Audio Library youtu.be/E6LCO7SH8kA…
 
The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) is the national professional association established in 1917 to represent the interests and concerns of occupational therapy practitioners and students of occupational therapy and to improve the quality of occupational therapy services. Attached are both patient and therapist related PDF file ...…
 
One of the many talents of Occupational Therapists is to be able to adapt for function and participation. Whether it's work, play, ADL's, or leisure, we can adapt the environment or provide the equipment to take part in about anything you can image. Look at what we ca do!! -- Press the PDF button to review this document --…
 
Our eyes are the window to the world. As occupational therapist, dealing with visual perceptual and general eye functioning is key to so many functional areas and safety. Here is a brief overview...let me know if you can "see" it. 😜 -- Press the PDF button to review the documents --
 
You walk into the occupational therapy clinic and notice a special room. This room has lights, sweet aromas, sounds from A - Z, perhaps a projector and bubble machines. What is this room for and why does my child love it so much? It's a SENSORY ROOM!! Let's talk about it.
 
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Occupational Therapy Insights
 
Feeding adaptive equipment can instill pride and dignity in those who have difficulty feeding themselves. Establishing this higher self-reliance is but one duty of occupational therapists. In this discussion, Dr. Frederick B. Covington talks about the ins and outs of adaptive feeding equipment.
 
As Occupational Therapists we constantly explore ways to better the lives of our clients, patients, and students. Technology often influences many of these treatment ideas. One that is growing in research and has shown promise is Brain Entrainment. Trials have shown that this science can have positive effects on varied diagnosis, traits, and be ...…
 
Special education can be quit confusing. Parents are often stressed because some do not have the foggiest idea what the special education team is even talking about. For example, some of the acronyms and key words thrown about during special education conversations/meetings are; IDEA, BIP, FBA, IEE, IEP, “inclusion”, FAPE, LRE, LEA, “Non-Public ...…
 
The Flint, Michigan water crisis has potentially devastating effects on the community. The lead found in the tap water of many homes is a purveyor of birth defects, developmental disabilities, hyperactivity, low IQ, behavioral problems, learning disabilities, and many more detrimental conditions. Occupational therapists work daily with such con ...…
 
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Occupational Therapy Insights
 
Welcome to a groundbreaking new show where we don't simply show popular toys and games, but give them a true scientific analysis. We assess areas of cognition, motor skills, sensory areas, and social components. This helps anyone who cares for children (parents, grandparents, daycare centers, schools, etc.) choose toys and games that are the mo ...…
 
Occupational therapy (OT) and Diabetes care and maintenance goes hand-in-hand. OT’s can help people across the lifespan participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. This includes Occupational therapists assisting with making life changes that improve the health status, increase complianc ...…
 
Hypotonia/Hypotonicity is often treated by occupational therapist. This state of low muscle tone is seen in many systemic diseases and diseases of the nervous system. Dr. Covington reviews the ins-and-outs of hypotonia and thoroughly discusses and provides concrete examples.
 
Inclusion is one of the most important things a society can allow for. It benefits all by allowing diverse peoples of varying abilities to contribute their special individual selves to the community. Physical or mental differences should not be a hindrance. Occupational Therapists assist people in participating and being included by altering th ...…
 
Recorded at the Pediatric Gym at the Summit Healthcare Therapy Services Outpatient Clinic located in the Eagle Plaza in Lakeside, Arizona; 218 W. White Mountain Blvd. Suite A2 In this episode Birdman discusses Pediatric Speech Therapy with Christine Harper, MS, CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist with Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center. ...…
 
It’s early in the morning, and the entire city of San Juan, Puerto Rico, seems to be gazing at the sky with concern. It looks like rain but the island just can’t handle any more flooding. On the highway, under the dark, heavy clouds, a small car makes its way through traffic. In it are four women, Ghislaine Rivera, Mia Lind, Janine Smalley and ...…
 
My trailblazing guest duo this week are the founding directors of Therapy Connect, Sue Cameron and Simone Dudley. Sue Cameron a Speech Therapist and Simone Dudley an Occupational Therapist met online. They are both located in rural, Australian communities, married to farmers and share a passion for providing therapy to those that aren’t able to ...…
 
Let's Just Do This Canadian Massage Conference, Sean-Michael Latimour & Kelly Armstrong - In this podcast from Let's Just Do This, Margaret Wallis-Duffy and Todd Miller are live on location from the 2017 Canadian Massage Conference and speak with Sean-Michael Latimour, RMT, Osteopath and reproductive health expert, & Kelly Armstrong, the procla ...…
 
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Your High Vibration Life Podcast – GreenSmoothieGirl
 
Meet my friends, Ryan and Teddy Sternagel, who tell their story of how their child healed from cancer while avoiding conventional medicine. Their son, Ryder, was diagnosed when he was a baby with Stage IV cancer. He had a tumor larger than his kidney growing inside and out of his spinal canal and two secondary tumors, all of which had metastasi ...…
 
Today on the podcast we're joined by my good friend Irma Janzen. As an occupational therapist, Irma shares with us the importance of ergonomics, practical advice for starting your own business, the importance of diversification, and what makes her furiously happy. Shownotes for today can be found at http://girltrieslife.com/podcast/37 To get yo ...…
 
Miri Lee, OTR/L, OTD, is an occupational therapist and the founder of OTmiri.com, a website dedicated to helping OT students, recents graduates, and new practitioners through education, community and inspiration. On this episode, Miri shares about how she first learned about OT and how she has come to define the goal of her work as using variou ...…
 
startatherapypractice.com The post 073 A Practice Owner And Her Podcast With Allison Carter Occupational Therapist appeared first on Start a Therapy Practice.
 
Judy Levy is an Occupational Therapist and Author of "Activities To Do with Your Parent Who Has Alzheimer's Dementia." Judy's book offers sound advice for all caregivers who are caring for someone with dementia. On today's show, Judy coined the phrase "A Hurricane of Cognition" when sharing her experience caring for her mother during a storm. B ...…
 
Laura Latimer of Nomadicare is a traveling Occupational Therapist attempting to change the game of medical travel. Listen to her early learning experiences, how she meets locals, stays safe as a independent woman traveler, and her recruiter red flags! 1:00 Early confidence and unexpected experience 6:00 Consequences of leaving a contract early ...…
 
Join me for this week’s episode of Harder to Kill Radio, Evolutionary Therapies with Allyson Chrystal. Show your love: Subscribe and rate the show on iTunes. Allyson Chrystal’s bio: Allyson Chrystal is an occupational therapist and clinical instructor specializing in pediatrics. In her clinical work and research, Allyson has focused on sensory ...…
 
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Harder to Kill Radio – Forging Unbreakable Humans
 
Join me for this week’s episode of Harder to Kill Radio, Evolutionary Therapies with Allyson Chrystal. Show your love: Subscribe and rate the show on iTunes. Allyson Chrystal’s bio: Allyson Chrystal is an occupational therapist and clinical instructor specializing in pediatrics. In her clinical work and research, Allyson has focused on sensory ...…
 
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