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Occupational Therapy

Now that we have an idea of what occupational therapy is, let us focus on the common misconceptions as to what we OTs do.

An Occupational Therapist DOES NOT… 373 more words

Occupational Therapy

Morphosyntactic Empathy

I posted this on a class forum, re-read, and realized it was far too creative for clinical lingo… decided to post here.

I feel that I have had the most enriching, enlightening experience this semester working with 6 students with hearing impairment. 210 more words

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The folks you will be interacting with at Ignite are a speech pathologist and an occupational therapist dedicated to helping parents, teachers, and other interested individuals understand typical developmental milestones as well as appreciate the little BIG things that our exceptional children achieve. 194 more words

Occupational Therapy

"The best and worst jobs in America for 2015"

Sure job outlook looks great, but what about the thousands of us who are barely trying to get into grad school? Fixing graduate admissions first would alleviate the need for SLPs. 10 more words


Programming AAC Devices for Real Talk and Social Interactions

Many moons ago, I facilitated social groups for users of AAC.  We would watch snipets of music videos, pop culture relevant to their actual grade level.  422 more words


Hands on Cup Cake Prepositions -Part 2

A few months back I shared a hands-on strategy for propositions for early readers. Prepositions are often difficult for young learners to master, so it’s always a goal of mind to find strategies and activities geared to help our lil ones. 216 more words

Early Learning

Early Action

The fall of my senior year was way more relaxed for me than it was for everyone else I knew. My application essay was modified from a junior year writing assignment, so I only had to do slight revisions. 626 more words