Next up on our #OTSettingsSeries is Khalilah Johnson, Ph.D, MS, OTR/L. Dr. Khalilah Johnson is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her clinical and research interests focus on racial equity in service access and participation for African American adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Additionally, she is an advocate for equity in occupational therapy education... and can make some awesome cocktails...
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
SENIORS FLOURISH: Part One- Stereognosis in OT: Who What When Where Why
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