Questions and Answers with ShannenMarieOT // May 2020. Top tips for therapists on IG? How did you start modeling scrubs? What subject did you teach? and more!!!
Are you an OT student or practitioner that STRUGGLES in documentation, specifically in goal-writing. Then, this excellent resources is for you!!
"Remember more in less time" Can you remember the last time you read something once and could recall it with 100% accuracy? Yeah, nah me neither. As much as I enjoy reading and learning, I have never been one of those people who could look at something once and immediately grasp it (if you are one… Continue reading Picmonic: My Thoughts on the Product and Recently Launched Occupational Therapy Branch
Adaptive inclusive shoes just got a little more stylish and a whole lot my accessible. Here is my review on Friendly Shoes.
WOW sound the fireworks, carhorn, and bazookas!! We made it to 10,000 of y'all on my Instagram @shannenmarie_ot ! But what does this mean? This means that although I am a) grateful and honored to have this platform b) eager to utilize the highly anticipated "Swipe Up" feature and c) hopeful to continue reaching others with positive,… Continue reading 10 Thoughts about 10k Followers on Instagram
Somehow we have jumped from October to a very, very quick early December, which means Christmas is just around the corner. Now the reason for the season is not about gifts ---despite what commercials and advertisements may whisper to you--Happy birthday Jesus!! But,,,, I for one enjoy being a gift giver which brings me to… Continue reading 2019 Holiday Occupational Therapy Gift Guide
Tis the season for BACK TO SCHOOL and for most of you reading this right now, you are either in the midst of applying to OTCAS for next year's admission entrance or are hopefully making the most out of your last few weeks of freedom before starting your first year as OT / OTA students… Continue reading Incoming First Year OT Student Tips
In the spring of 2019 I was interviewed by ACCEPTED which is a company who prides itself on helping others "start you journey to acceptance". Their company allows you to get teamed up with an admissions expert to help you confidently apply to graduate schools such as MBA admissions, Medical school admissions, Law school admissions, and more.… Continue reading ACCEPTED: What It Means to Be an Occupational Therapist
Inpatient Settings: OT in Skilled Nursing facility (Subacute rehab/Short term care; Long term care) Overview In regard to occupational therapy servicing the rehabilitative patient within the skilled nursing facility (SNF) setting the occupational therapy practitioner can play a tremendous role in enabling short term patients and long term residents in living life to the fullest. So… Continue reading Occupational Therapy in Skilled Nursing Facility
In the previous (CLICK TO READ) PART ONE we delved into why lifelong learning is lucrative and essential to our growth and ability to fulfill personal and professional needs and summed up 8 reasons that support this claim. Part Two - In the “How” of our duology on Lifelong Learning, we’ll fill in the gaps of how to… Continue reading COVALENT CAREERS: Commitment to Lifelong Learning and Continuing Education Part 2 the How