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Should I Become a Travel Therapist?

Whenever I talk to my old grad school classmates or former coworkers about working in travel therapy, I often get met with comments like “Oh, I wish I could do that,” or “You’re so lucky. I could never manage that.” And while I do feel incredibly fortunate to be able to have lived this traveling […]

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5 Strategies to be an Evidence-Based OT Practitioner

If your occupational therapy program was anything like mine, the importance of occupation-based treatments and evidence-based practice was drilled into your head on a near-daily basis. While a variety of functional interventions were discussed, ones that had hard data to support their efficacy were exalted, whereas other, older OT interventions may have fallen out of […]

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5 Fun Ways to Celebrate OT Month

When the clock strikes midnight on April 1st, I’m grateful for many things. I’m grateful for a day full of whimsical pranks and silly news articles that I can use to trick to my friends. I’m grateful that spring is coming into full force, with the landscapes around me turning a lush shade of green […]

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Sexuality: The Most Overlooked ADL

As occupational therapists, addressing activities of daily living, or ADLs, is often our bread and butter. It’s easy to see that things like being able to take a shower, getting dressed in the morning, or even just feeding yourself are integral to living a fulfilling life. Anyone who has experienced difficulty in these areas knows […]

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