Hey readers! Welcome to the last full week of OT month and our second to last OT feature! I have gotten some great reviews on these features, and I am so happy that you guys are loving them! Comment below if you would like to keep seeing OT features after OT month ends (perhaps once … Continue reading OT Feature: Cori Ianni, OT/s
Hey readers! I was perusing the American Journal of Occupational Therapy today and this study stood out to me. You probably know by now that I am interested in all things sensory...so clearly an article titled "Early Identification of Sensory Processing Difficulties in High-Risk Infants" would catch my eye! This article is by Joanne E. … Continue reading Journal Club Discussion #16: Identifying the Risk of Sensory Processing Difficulty in Infants
Hey readers! This week we are talking about the OTD vs MSOT debate. I may be a little biased (shout out to my OTD program), so I gathered opinions from other OT students and OT practitioners to hear what they had to say about the matter. I think that this is 100% an individual decision, … Continue reading OTD vs MSOT: Which One Should You Choose?
Hey readers! This week I am featuring Emily Idemoto, an OTD student and one of my classmates! She recently traveled to AOTA Conference and had a really cool experience where she was able to help present research that she has been assisting with. She also loves rock climbing and has great experience working with children … Continue reading OT Feature: Emily Idemoto, OT/s
Hey readers! This week's journal club discussion is slightly different than usual. Instead of reading an article and discussing it, we will actually be discussing a scale that can be used to assess the interventions that we learn about in the future. I learned about the FAME scale in my research class. This scale was … Continue reading Journal Club Discussion #15: The FAME Scale
Hey readers! I just got back from New Orleans a few days ago, and I am so excited to share my thoughts with all of you today. All I can say is: WOW...what a weekend! I feel really grateful and appreciative of the opportunity that I had to travel to NOLA for this conference. I … Continue reading What I Learned at AOTA Conference: 2019
Hey readers! Welcome to week 2 of OT Month and our second OT feature! Today I introduce you to John Paul (JP). He has really cool experience in research in the areas of neuroscience and social psychology that he did before he decided to attend OT school. He also talks about his own experiences as … Continue reading OT Feature: JP Bonadonna, OT/s