Occupation-Based Balance Interventions For Your OT Practice

If you’re an occupational therapy practitioner or OT student searching for occupation-based dynamic balance interventions for your adult-setting rehab patients, then this article is just for you! Occupation-based interventions are not only our bread and butter as OTs, and by using them in our treatments they can help differentiate us from our physical therapy colleagues. […]

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must know occupational therapy medical abbreviations

Must-Know Occupational Therapy Medical Abbreviations

The medical field is well-known for its lingo. It’s often said that patients’ chart notes look something like alphabet soup, even to those who are familiar with such terminology. It can make things even more difficult when occupational therapy medical abbreviations (and medical abbreviations in general!) enter the mix. We learn a whole laundry list […]

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OT frames of reference

25 OT Frames of Reference: A Quick Overview for Students and Practitioners

The occupational therapy discipline is built on several foundational theories that are fascinating, but they can also feel drawn out and extremely challenging to digest. So, we have decided to assist OT students and OT practitioners by providing summarized highlights of the OT frames of reference all in one place. But first, let’s get past […]

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self care for occupational therapists

Self-Care Tips & Strategies for Occupational Therapists and Students

According to U.S. News, Occupational Therapy as a profession ranks #20 in the best healthcare jobs overall. Their rankings are based on a full assessment of salary and work-life balance that the jobs provide. All things considered, that’s a pretty good ranking compared to the wide array of possible healthcare jobs available in the U.S. […]

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