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Changes

My abnosome family has experienced a lot of changes in the last month.  While all of these changes have been good for us, they have also taken their toll. 817 more words

Baby Girl

What Is Music Therapy?

Music therapy, as a recognised, clinically approved profession, is still in its infancy. While this means that there is constant, ongoing research, discovering new exciting potentialities within music therapy, it also means that there is a general lack of understanding and awareness of the profession. 1,663 more words

Master's Student

NBCOT

I am free from studying and have some main bullets from my experience.

  1. I had some big vacations planned for post-OT school. My sister got married in Park City so we were there for a long weekend, then headed to Hawaii to explore Kauai and Oahu.
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Keep Osteoarthritis at Bay!

“There are few things more pathetic than those who have lost their curiosity and sense of adventure, and who no longer care to learn.” -Gordon B. 715 more words

Hand Therapy

Studying OT with Dyslexia

Both Simon and I have dyslexia and were both ‘labelled’/’diagnosed’ later in life, as adults. We both struggled as children at school and continued to struggle as teenagers. 626 more words

Occupational Therapy

The 5 best OT resources to look for research evidence

I will be speaking at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association conference at the end of October  –  I plan to give clinicians a road map to evidence with limited resources (because not all of us have access to research databases to pull up journal articles, right? 1,077 more words

Occupational Therapy