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New Grad Occupational Therapy and Why You Should Be Following

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^^^featuring some fab OT friends at my recent bridal shower :) #represent

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With internet access at the touch of a tablet screen to allied health social media accounts to online journals, there is a plethora of ways to retrieve valuable information on all things   o c c u p a t i o n a l   therapy. 

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Occupational Therapy

YER EFFIN RIGHT

😷 So…this is the TO BE EFFIN CONTINUED PARTS of my stint in the skilled nursing facility cuz I EFFIN BROKE  SOME BONES PARTS…

1.  My first roommate died.  96 more words

Writing

Public Health Series: The Aging Population

Hey guys!

Can I just say..what a whirlwind these past two weeks were? Essentially, I just finished my 2nd block in my ABSN program and without a break (well, ok, a 1 hour lunch break), we went right into the 3rd and last block of our first semester. 1,260 more words

Public Health

CULTURE SHOCK or HOSPITAL to SKILLED NURSING FACILITY (SNF)

Culture Shock!

Pretty severe.  The hospital was so clean and bright and caring and organized and clean and DELICIOUS food and an easy and effective method allowing the patient to choose the right foods for a… 782 more words

Home

When You Watched Me Sleep - A Love Poem

i have been in hospital and skilled nursing facility since 2/7.  i’m going home with 24 hour care tuesday.  tripped on a small block while watching the church kids.   81 more words

Poetry

What Factors Related to Nursing Homes Can Lead to Depression and What Are Some of the Best Prevention and Treatment Options

Nursing homes are residential settings that provide around the clock medical care for people who are recovering from acute health issues such as stroke or hip fracture, or for people who can no longer manage to live safely on their own because of physical or psychological debilitation (Ferrini, 2008). 4,895 more words

Understanding Long Term Care Costs and Their Impact On Individuals, Society, and Healthcare.

Long term care (LTC) services in the United States (U.S.), for the most part, are paid for through taxes imposed on the citizenry (Shi, & Singh, 2014).  752 more words