Next up on our #OTSettingsSeries is Sydney Moore, OTD, OTR/L, CEAS I, CHES. Sydney is an occupational therapist living in Des Moines, Iowa. Over the past year, she has had the opportunity to immerse herself in a multitude of OT settings. Outside of OT, Sydney adores spending time with her friends and family, and snuggling her four dogs...
Loved writing this comprehensive 3 part stereognosis series for Mandy Chamberlain on her blog at Seniors Flourish! Quick recap: PART ONE goes over the WHOWHATWHENWHEREWHY, PART TWO goes over the HOWTO incorporate stereognosis testing and activities, and now this Part Three goes over the HOWTO downgrade/upgrade with examples including a CASE STUDY! You can find the entire… Continue reading SENIORS FLOURISH: Part Three-Stereognosis Intervention in OT: How to Down Grade/Up Grade
Before you peruse through this excerpt of my article published on Seniors Flourish, make sure to read Part One first which goes over the WHOWHATWHENWHEREWHY. The full part 2 of my 3 part article series written for Mandy Chamberlain's Seniors Flourish Blog can be found HERE! Here is a little bit from the article, "There are multiple… Continue reading SENIORS FLOURISH: Part Two-How to Perform a Stereognosis Assessment in Occupational Therapy
Super stoked to have written for Mandy Chamberlain from the Seniors Flourish Website, Podcast, and Learning Lab. I wrote a 3 part article series on STEREOGNOSIS! Part One goes over The WHOWHATWHENWHEREWHY! You can read the full article on Seniors Flourish's site by clicking HERE! PS If you are interested in joining her LEARNING LAB and… Continue reading SENIORS FLOURISH: Part One- Stereognosis in OT: Who What When Where Why
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
What a strange and pleasant phenomenon it is to reflect on a synopsis of memories from the past year. 2018 brought much joy, a lot of anticipation, some sorrows, new connections, and so much more. It is a blessing to be able to reflectively think back in what all occurs in what feels like a… Continue reading 2018 Year in Review: Reflections and Revamped Spirits
So you want to continue learning and growing in your knowledge scholastically, clinically, and personally? Two words: LIFELONG LEARNING. Click here to read the full article!!!! Inside the article we dive into 8 reasons why Lifelong Learning is important to personal and professional growth. Lifelong learning goes beyond the context of school, way beyond the typical lecture-style… Continue reading COVALENT CAREERS: Commitment to Lifelong Learning and Continuing Education Part 1 the Why