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Food Deserts & Our Hungry Children

I heard the term “food desert” twice this week from two different people in two completely different communities. I have never heard the term before but based on where I heard it, I figured it referred to communities in which food sources were unavailable. 749 more words


Healthy Mothers Healthy Families workshop | CPEC - The Cerebral Palsy Education Centre

A free workshop will run in Fitzroy on Saturday 19 March for mothers of children with disabilities. It will cover strategies to achieve better health, well-being and empowerment while balancing the full scope of family life. 15 more words

Dystonia Treatments

Victims of Human Trafficking -Modern Day Slavery

Last week I had the opportunity to attend the 7th Annual Ohio Human Trafficking Awareness Day hosted by State Representative Teresa Fedor.  It was an incredible event that included education about human trafficking and advocacy for the victims and survivors of this horrific human rights issue.  1,195 more words


Level II's: Outpatient Pediatrics

Not only did I spend almost the last year since posting in grad school, clinicals, etc etc but I threw a wedding into the mix that caused my blogging to hit the dust. 300 more words

What does "at-risk" mean?

So my whole focus for my doctoral Capstone project is the at-risk youth population and why occupational therapy is so important when planning and implementing programs for these individuals.   441 more words


I’m barelhy hangin on. Its becoming hard and harder to hold it together but I know I have to keep it together somehow until I see dr. 171 more words