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Activity Tolerance Intervention Ideas for Occupational Therapists

Before We Get into Interventions, What is Activity Tolerance? When we think about activity tolerance in relation to occupational therapy, we are referring to tolerance related to a person’s typical activities of daily living. Therefore, in this instance, activity tolerance is an individual’s ability to tolerate completing their activities of daily living. Activity tolerance can […]

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Occupation-Based Balance Interventions For Your OT Practice

If you’re an occupational therapy practitioner or student searching for occupation-based dynamic balance interventions for your adult rehab patients, then this article is just for you! Occupation-based interventions are not only our bread and butter, but they also can help differentiate us from physical therapy. It can be way too easy to accidentally do the […]

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11+ Functional Standing Tolerance Activities for Occupational Therapists

If you’re looking for functional, occupation-based standing tolerance activities to use in your adult rehab practice, we’ve got you covered!  I’ve compiled a list of my favorite occupation-based treatment ideas for when you’re looking to keep your standing tolerance interventions related to your patients’ daily occupations and their current therapy goals. These standing tolerance activities […]

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11+ Fine Motor Coordination Activities for Adult Rehab Patients

As an occupational therapist, OT student or COTA working in any adult rehab setting, you will see your fair share of patients with a new or exacerbated diagnosis that affects their fine motor coordination. This can include a stroke, spinal cord injury, brain injury, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, or any other illness that affects the patient’s […]

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OT School Interview Questions & Prep Tips

In case you aren’t aware, occupational therapy graduate programs are getting more and more competitive each year. Many programs will get hundreds of first-round applicants, with only 30-50 spots available. And according to Indiana University’s Health Professions and Prelaw Center, most programs will interview 2-3 times the number of open spaces they have. In other […]

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