Sarah Stromsdorfer, OTR/L

Occupational Therapy Toolkit Review

If I had to pick one and only one textbook or resource to use as both a student and as a new occupational therapy practitioner, I would hands-down 100% pick the Occupational Therapy Toolkit (currently 6th edition, which is the one I have). It is written and illustrated by occupational therapist and real-life wonder-woman Cheryl Hall. I […]

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is occupational therapy stressful

Is Occupational Therapy Stressful?

You may have searched this question after hearing different things – or like me a few years ago – reading articles that Occupational Therapy is on the top-ten list of “Least Stressful Jobs” or that it is a “Top job of whatever year.” Pretty sure whoever wrote those articles probably isn’t an OT… but I […]

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home health as a new grad

Home Health as a New Grad

In an earlier post I wrote about being all for travel therapy as a new graduate. I discussed mostly the pros and some cons, but am still all in favor of starting out as a travel therapist ONLY if you will have other occupational therapists on site with you as mentors. Outside of this, there are other almost […]

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becoming an ot

Decide If Becoming an OT Is Right For You

https://www.myotspot.com/pursue-mot-vs-otd/Curious about becoming an OT? Maybe you are interested in the profession and are contemplating going into the wonderful field of occupational therapy. First off, you may be wondering what exactly is Occupational Therapy, or “OT” for short? Occupational Therapy, as defined by the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT), is a “client-centered health profession concerned […]

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