Academia and Community-Based Occupational Therapy Practice with Erin Jeffords, MS, OTR/L, CBIS
OT Settings, Uncategorized

OT Settings Series: Academia and Community-Based OT with Erin Jeffords

The #OTSettingsSeries is back to help dispel the myth that occupational therapy practitioners can only work in hospitals. Today, you all are privy to learning from Erin Jeffords, MS, OTR/L, CBIS, who has over 10 years of OT practice under belt with experiences varying from neuro rehab, geriatrics, community-based practice, and academia...

occupational therapy, scrub review, Uncategorized

2019 Holiday Occupational Therapy Gift Guide

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

Publications, Uncategorized

SENIORS FLOURISH: Part Two-How to Perform a Stereognosis Assessment in Occupational Therapy

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

occupational therapy, OT Interviews, Publications, Uncategorized

ACCEPTED: What It Means to Be an Occupational Therapist

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