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Multi-Professional Healthcare… It’s In The Name!

Cliff Kilgore is a Consultant Nurse for Intermediate Care and Older People within Dorset Healthcare NHS Trust and he is also a Visiting Fellow to Bournemouth University. 534 more words


So I'm totally new at this

I’ve never created a blog before, except Tumblr, but that’s totally different. It seems a little strange to be doing this, but I decided that I want to document my experience throughout graduate school as an Occupational Therapy student (yay!). 237 more words


Go Outside! (Reasons Why and Ideas for What to do While You're Outdoors)

OT Mom says, “Let’s go outside!”

Dr. Dad says, “Let’s go outside!”

Finally, something we can agree on. When it comes to spending time outdoors, we are completely on the same page.

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Occupational Therapy

Stuck in a Cage

Well it’s been a while. I have struggled with where to start. Or maybe it’s because I had so many emotions that I couldn’t pin down a starting place. 370 more words

Work Life

Alternatives to Stretching

So what now science has proven that Stretching does not increase your range of motion? So what do we do now? Do we still continue doing stretching or do we find possible alternatives? 853 more words

Manual Therapy

My left foot- Christy Brown

Mein Linker Fuss- Christy Brown

“They all had interests, career opportunities and goals, to create meaning and wholeness in their lives and to direct their energy into their spheres of action and to create natural means of expression.   947 more words

You First, Work Second

For my last post about AFYA, I thought it was fitting to go to the warehouse in Yonkers. There, I met Danielle Butin, the Founder of AFYA and the volunteers who sort, pack, store and label the myriad of medical equipment and supplies that will be sent to developing countries.   503 more words