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OT Settings Series: Acute Care with Emily Saucier

Did someone say occupational therapy and acute care? Next up on our #OTSettingsSeries is Emily Saucier, OTR/L. Emily Saucier, OTR/L graduated with her masters in OT from Rockhurst University in 2016. Emily splits time between 2 urban Level 1 Trauma Centers in Kansas City. When not working, Emily enjoys spending time with her husband, 2 littles, and big dog Arnold. She loves reading, traveling, and speaking Spanish any chance she gets...

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

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OT Settings Series: Health Coaching, Lactation Education, and Functional Health with Andrea Muncada

Did you think that occupational therapists can only work at hospitals? Think again! Excited to re-kick off the OT Settings Series in order to share insight from OT practitioners that work across the gamut of places and settings. Today, you all are privy to gain insight from an occupational therapist who is a jack-of-all trades kind of gal. Andrea Muncada, MS, OTR/L, CLVT, LEC, 500 YTT, has over 10 years of experience as an occupational therapist in both traditional and less traditional settings. Today we will be interviewing Andrea in her experience working as a holistic health coach, lactation educator, and functional health therapist...

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Non-Traditional Careers in Occupational Therapy

There are significant opportunities for non-traditional careers in occupational therapy. Whether you’re interested in connecting with fellow practitioners or patients through social media, working directly with occupational therapy students as a professor, or even starting your own occupational therapy practice, there is something for everyone...

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Landau Proflex Curved Hem Top and Cargo Pant with PWRcor™ Waistband vs Urbane Impulse Collection Review

It is a reality that I wear scrubs more than I wear real clothes. Inside this post we compare and contrast Landau Uniforms Proflex line vs Urbane Scrubs Impulse Collection!

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Urbane Ultimate with PWRcor™ Highlight

On a scale of 1 - 10 these Urbane Ultimate scrubs give me 10 reasons to find a little joy despite the time we are in (Covid 19 Pandemic). Also, to be honest and transparent- what I look like in these pictures does not accurately depict how I look on the job. Pictures you see… Continue reading Urbane Ultimate with PWRcor™ Highlight

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Picmonic: My Thoughts on the Product and Recently Launched Occupational Therapy Branch

"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

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10 Thoughts about 10k Followers on Instagram

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