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How can you add value to your teaching? Connect with your students.

Whenever I have the privilege of observing another teacher’s lesson, the thing that strikes me first is always the relationship that the teacher has with their students. 891 more words

Education

Evidence based practice, why are we so bothered?

With myself and Emily currently completing our Master’s in Education and Ben having already completed his, our research is often at the forefront of our minds.   487 more words

Education

Strengths-based measurement

As practitioners and researchers we need to think carefully about the types of measures we use with the people we support. The measures we use can cause pain and distress for participants, undermine trust and engagement, and produce unreliable data. 698 more words

Families & Parenting

Hold the Ice - in RICE

Changing brings difference, difference brings progress and if progress was easy to achieve it would not be so hard to accomplish. 

This is always going to be a difficult topic to discuss when dealing with an acute injury.

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Client-Centred Care & Ethical Dilemmas

Client-centred care (or patient-centred care or patient preference) is one of the core philosophies underpinning Occupational Therapy.  In any modern healthcare practice, it also forms part of the Evidence Based Practice (EBP) equation: 580 more words

Occupational Therapy

Menu: Conducting a literature review

Clicking on the category to the right ‘How to conduct a literature review’ does bring up all blog posts related to doing a lit review, but there were getting to be too many to keep track of the order. 189 more words

Occupational Therapy

Enjoy Balance and Aging with Massage Therapy

Falls are the primary cause of accidental death in persons older than 65 years of age, often resulting in hip fractures, decreased mobility and independence, and increased morbidity. 203 more words

Massage Therapy