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Dean's EI Week

I am writing this on 2/13/18 during my lunch break at work, while I know at home, Dean is having his OT session. It sucks being away from him from 6:30 am to 3:30 pm, but I try to squeeze in as much time before bed during the week and I have every weekend and day off with him. 394 more words


Glitz, Glam, and Ziploc bags?

Welcome back everyone!

It’s the Friday after Carnival here in Trinidad and needless to say people are still recovering from two days of fun, sun, feathers, and lots and lots of dancing! 614 more words

FAQ: What do we do as an OT?

Childhood is hopeful and joyful and new ever. The playfulness and the joy of childhood create the context for Occupational Therapy with children.

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Occupational Therapy

Hi there!

Thinking lots of thoughts atm.

One of which is that I ought to schedule some posts for the next few weeks… I don’t like not posting anything but that’s what happens when you’re busy. 59 more words

Daily Life

Global developmental delay is something that love and attention can cure

It might sound like a curse on your child when a doctor says that your child suffers from the Global developmental delay. Right? This is one thought that the professionals of Kids first wish to change. 132 more words


Stroke: Dealing with Life after Stroke

By Virginia Thornley, M.D., Neurologist
February 15, 2018

A stroke occurs when a blood vessel in the brain or neck becomes blocked by a clot which migrated or a plaque that broke interrupting flow to areas in the brain. 860 more words