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A lifestyle podcast for the home health occupational therapist and those interested in exploring it further. Tackling the ridiculousness of home health and healthcare as an OT, and swapping stories, strategies and insights. With simplicity, humor and inspiration, this podcast is here to support and inspire practical solutions for the home health OT. This is a TillandWater.com creation hosted by fellow home health OT, Monika Lukasiewicz, whose passion for life and home health is sure to be co ...
 
Occupational Therapy Insights is a show for parents, educational professionals, and occupational therapists, that delves into the world of occupational therapy. Here occupational therapy is broken down into its simplest form for all to understand. The show is hosted by Dr. Frederick Covington, an occupational therapy professor, author, award winning inventor, and occupational therapy private practice owner.
 
The NBCOT exam prep podcast that one of your fellow occupational therapists wishes he had when he was studying. If you're looking for NBCOT exam study guides, tricks, tips and content reviews, you've come to the right place. Whether you're days, weeks, months or years away from being a licensed occupational therapist, you'll find something helpful along the way.
 
Park Right Here-my journey with Parkinson's Disease (PD) is a podcast that I've dreamed of. I was a nurse for 20 years so I thought I knew what PD was. I didn't. PD affects everyone differently. There's more than just movement difficulty. I hope to share information and discuss motor and nonmotor symptoms. I was diagnosed -with young-onset PD in 2014 at the age of 45. I am still in stage 1. This podcast will be more than just PD. I want to inspire and educate friends, family, medical profess ...
 
Lets talk about some of the unique ways yoga has spilled over into how I (and other yogis) live daily life- teaching yoga, living in a Tiny House on Wheels , driving an electric car 🚗, finances, dietary choices, relationships, travel, running a youtube channel, writing a book (slowly...very slowly) and working in healthcare as an Occupational Therapist & Massage Therapist...while making time to practice YOGA
 
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The Adaptations manual has been an invaluable resource for people living with muscle-wasting conditions, as well as health and social care professionals. This second edition takes into account important developments and legislation affecting health and social care, as well as environmental controls and assistive technology.…
 
Let’s open our Occupational Therapy minds. Is there any recommendations you would give for this particular young lady? Any intervention needed at all? Adaptive equipment? Summary: AT just one years old, an accident affecting Afsheen’s neck changed her life forever. When Afsheen was a baby she fell from her older sister’s lap and was hurt. Being una…
 
In-hand manipulation is the ability to hold and move an object within one hand. In-hand manipulation skills are essential to the handwriting process because they allow the student to move the pencil from the palm to the fingers, make needed adjustments to the pencil for writing, and turn the pencil from writing to erasing with one hand. In-hand man…
 
While there is not a cure for Alzheimer’s disease, there is hope in care and dementia prepared systems. State public health agencies are well primed to follow the 25 actions outlined in the Healthy Brain Initiative for State and Local Public Health Road Map. This 3-minute sketch video provides a quick overview of dementia in the United States and t…
 
Muscle strength of the hands and fingers increases as children grow and participate in everyday activities. Activities such as climbing, playing with toys or scribbling with crayons all help to develop and strengthen the muscles of the hands and fingers. Hand and finger strength is important as it is required for many everyday activities such as do…
 
The word adorable is what most comes to mind when describing writer/director Genevieve-Clay Smith's 4-minute short film Inclusion Makes the World More Vibrant. It's a word that equally describes young George Holahan-Cantwell's turn as James, a little boy helping his blind mother (Freya Higgins) experience an art gallery in a surprising and unusual …
 
We live in a time of unprecedented global migration. In some situations, families willingly choose to migrate with hopes of better futures in other countries or parts of the world. Others reluctantly choose migration when their ability to support basic necessities for their family members is extremely difficult and they perceive that other countrie…
 
The Shoulder Pain and Disability Index (SPADI) is a self-administered questionnaire that consists of two dimensions, one for pain and the other for functional activities. The pain dimension consists of five questions regarding the severity of an individual's pain. Functional activities are assessed with eight questions designed to measure the degre…
 
Abnormalities in olfactory function have been identified in a number of neurological and psychiatric disorders, including Parkinson’s disease and schizophrenia. However, little is known about olfactory function in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The present study aims to assess the olfactory profiles of children with ASD, compared to an age- and se…
 
Every older person, everywhere, should have access to high quality and person-centred health services. That's why the World Health Organization has published guidelines on Integrated Care for Older People. Learn more here: goo.gl/C7UcSA and here: goo.gl/iX1Qnp Populations around the world are rapidly ageing. It will increase demand for primary heal…
 
The Center for Epidemiological Studies-Depression (CES-D), originally published by Radloff in 1977, is a 20-item measure that asks caregivers to rate how often over the past week they experienced symptoms associated with depression, such as restless sleep, poor appetite, and feeling lonely. Response options range from 0 to 3 for each item (0 = Rare…
 
This episode is the official relaunch of the podcast!! This week's topic is a continuation from August 2020, titled, What is Parkinson's? Let's Start At the Very Beginning...This episode will be part 3... Symptoms of Parkinson's. I will be discussing the 3 types of symptoms...Premotor, Motor, and Non-Motor symptoms. Link to Davis Phinney's book, Ev…
 
Today we are using your slime/noise putty and your multicolored wooden beads. This activity is focusing on areas of sensory integration, motor planning, visual closure, fine motor coordination, tactile awareness, and motor planning. Let's Go!!
 
This book outlines the importance of understanding culture and its impact on our lives, the strategic value of cultural intelligence, and the significance of integrating and practicing cultural intelligence in everyday life. The book is designed to help you overcome the challenges in intercultural interactions by focusing on cultural intelligence i…
 
After being off air for some time, I'm bringing you a shorter episode...updating you on where I've been, what's been going on....and ideas for the future of the podcast. Let's reconnect! The official Episode 4 will debut on April 11th in honor of Parkinson Awareness Month. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/parkrightherepodcast)…
 
The model of disablement suggested by the World Health Organization (WHO) has provided useful conceptual distinctions for impairment, disability, and handicap. In practical terms, impairment occurs at the organ level, representing any loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological, or anatomical structure or function. Disability occurs at the …
 
Background. Objective measures of functional walking remain scarce for individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury (ISCI). Hence, the authors developed the Spinal Cord Injury Functional Ambulation Profile (SCI-FAP), which encompasses the timed performance of 7 tasks, such as walking and negotiating obstacles, doors, and stairs. Objective. To ass…
 
Today I am out and about delivering the “OT Genius box“ to local customers. This helps me establish a relationship with consumers as well as put a face to a name. At the end of the day, it is all about customer service.
 
In completing this Checklist the patient, with your support, is making an assessment of their current strengths, needs and abilities. As a Keyworker you will need to use your professional knowledge of spinal cord injury to support the patient in responding to the questions in each area. Where the nature of a patient’s injury makes physical independ…
 
In many countries, the rehabilitation workforce is underequipped to meet population needs due to large scale shortages across professions and specializations, and issues of quality and relevance. As the demand for rehabilitation escalates, the need to expand workforce production and strengthen regulation and quality assurance mechanisms becomes inc…
 
There are so many ends in out when it comes to occupational therapy documentation. One wrong statement can have an insurance company deny the claim. Let’s take a look at some savvy ways to make sure that your occupational therapy documentation is at its best.
 
A 24-YEAR-OLD from Kerala, India was born with moles that cover 80% of his body. Prabhulal, who is currently doing a Masters in Commerce at Madurai Kamaraj University, is the only member of his family to have this rare condition. The moles now cover over half his face, having been growing and increasing in size with age. As a young boy, Prabhulal w…
 
Background. Throughout the world, schools have become an important place for professional integration for occupational therapists. Objective. To map the production of knowledge on research related to the keywords “occupational therapy” and “school.” Method. A mapping review was performed, searching the terms “occupational therapy” and “school” in t…
 
This study examined the effectiveness of two approaches used in elementary schools to improve children’s handwriting. Participants were 72 New York City public school students from the first and second grades. A nonequivalent pretest–posttest group design was used in which students engaged in handwriting activities using two approaches: intensive h…
 
AT JUST 3ft tall and weighing only 15kg, Ganesh Baraiya is set to become the world’s shortest doctor. However, his route to success was far from straightforward. The son of a farmer in Gujarat, India Ganesh was initially denied the right to study medicine by the local government and the High Court. Undeterred, Ganesh and his family appealed that de…
 
A 33-YEAR-OLD TWIN born with a curved spine, missing kidney and a "spatula" hand is embracing his differences through comedy. Matty Oxley, an aspiring comedian from Middlesbrough, was born with VATER Syndrome, a set of birth defects that often occur together, and include the curvature of his spine, or scoliosis. However, this hasn’t stopped him fro…
 
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