Recipe: Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Balls

Hey readers, happy 8th day of Blogmas! Today I am bringing you a recipe for one of my favorite holiday treats, Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Balls (also called Buckeyes). I love this recipe. My aunt makes them for my family almost every holiday, but this year she sent me her recipe so I can make … Continue reading Recipe: Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Balls

What to do in Boston During the Holidays

Hey readers, happy blogmas day 7! Boston is a beautiful place to be during the holidays. Actually, Boston is a beautiful city to visit any time of the year. Be on the lookout for more Boston guides in the coming months for those of you attending AOTA Conference! For anyone who is visiting the city … Continue reading What to do in Boston During the Holidays

Navigating the Holidays: Considerations from an OT Student

Hey readers, happy 4th day of blogmas! Let's bring it back to holiday content and chat about navigating the holidays in regards to mental health, family dynamics, and energy conservation. This is a little bit of a mixed bag of topics, but I was thinking about things that may impact your participation and emotional health … Continue reading Navigating the Holidays: Considerations from an OT Student

Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics

Hey readers, happy blogmas day 3! Today I want to talk about OT in pediatrics. As someone who is interested in being a pediatric OT, I was super excited for this semester. We had our pediatrics practice course as well as pediatric fieldwork opportunities. I also found out that I will be doing BOTH of … Continue reading Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics

My Experience as SOTA President

Hey readers, happy 2nd day of blogmas! Today we are taking a break from holiday content to chat about my role as the president of the Student Occupational Therapy Association. I have learned a lot over the past two semesters, and I am looking forward to my final semester as SOTA president this upcoming winter/spring. … Continue reading My Experience as SOTA President

Holiday Gift Guide: OT/s Edition

Hey readers, welcome to The 12 Days of Blogmas! Day 1 is a holiday gift guide, curated by me, an occupational therapy student. Stay tuned for a blog post everyday until Christmas (holiday and non-holiday related). Here are 5 fun and functional gift ideas for the friends and loved ones on your list. Adaptive Technology … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide: OT/s Edition

Journal Club Discussion #22: Handwriting Intervention Programs

Hey readers! This week, I am implementing a play session during fieldwork at an early childhood education center. The play session that I am implementing is aimed at working on handwriting skills for a child who is a little behind the developmental average. For that reason, I thought it would be a great week to … Continue reading Journal Club Discussion #22: Handwriting Intervention Programs