Diana was one of my first occupational therapy teachers about sensory processing challenges and sensory processing disorder. I have attended her workshops more than once and hosted her here to teach in Saint John, New Brunswick. There’s much to
Are you familiar with hashtags? On Twitter, the pound sign, (#) denotes a word or group of words as searchable links. It’s a fast way to organize content and follow topics you’re interested in or want to follow. If
The amount of information related to Occupational Therapy that we can access online is remarkable. I’m sure you have your favorites – the blogs and bloggers you go back to to on a regular basis. Why not share those
I love to learn. Finding new sources of information that help me be a better occupational therapist makes my day. Likewise, a day doesn’t go by where a parent, teacher or another OT asks questions or seeks guidance based
A career as an occupational therapist can be immensely satisfying. Talking and sharing with other occupational therapists about the challenges and rewards of the job is often an educational experience in itself. As an occupational therapist, what would you
From creating solutions on the spur of the moment to sharing our clients breakthroughs, laughter, tears and challenges there are few careers that are as emotionally satisfying as being an occupational therapist. What are your best stories that only
Occupational therapists deal with the unpredictable all the time. It’s what keeps our careers filled with challenges, rewards and yes, sometimes funny stories. This week’s #OTMuse is a question – what are your funny #itonlyhappensinOT stories?
The online world provides a wonderful treasure trove of occupational therapy resources. For this weeks #OTMuse, the question is: Occupational Therapists, what are your favorite on-line OT resources?
Introducing #OT Muse With each passing year, I find my growing network of fellow OT colleagues to be an incredibly deep reservoir of personal and professional stories, case histories, resources and experiences. And through social media, these discussions are