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Occupational therapy for cerebral palsy

Word related treatment is a typical treatment for kids with cerebral paralysis. Numerous youngsters with cerebral paralysis battle with engine capacities, which can keep them from doing ordinary assignments, for example, eating, getting dressed and washing to performing in school or playing. 419 more words

W-sitting

As a pediatric occupational therapist, I am often bombarded by the little “W-sitter’s” whether they are my patients themselves, other students in the classroom or their siblings in the waiting room. 185 more words

Occupational Therapy

Beating the Computer Blahs

You’ve been at it all day, you can barely focus but you know you should do more work.  Maybe you’re staring blankly at the computer but as much as you try, you just can’t stop thinking about the last episode of Walking Dead, or the amazing pair of purple shoes you saw in the store (that might just be me….). 392 more words

Why I care about research

This week by the #whywedoresearch campaign on Twitter is celebrating its second birthday. From humble beginnings it has grown into a global phenomenon linking health researchers who are passionate about making a difference. 435 more words

Occupational Therapy

Learning to adapt

My daughter is very good at finding things that make my life a little easier. One of the difficult things is to carry hot drinks and wheel my wheelchair, its a very easy way to get burnt. 151 more words

Wheelchair

Jefferson College of Health Sciences

Jefferson College of Health Sciences (visited 11/3/16)

Jefferson is an Allied Health Science College, offering degrees from associates (PTA and OTA are the most competitive) up to doctoral programs (2 offered in nursing and health services). 843 more words

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