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CAOT_ACE Jun 24
How do self-injurious behaviours impact occupation? Learn more-
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L Jun 21
If I were to advice soon-to-be graduates in OT and OTA programs across the globe, I would say not only find your why’s in becoming an OT practitioner, but be passionate in such areas... even if they are not directly related to your practice areas.
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Cindy OT 13h
Worst part of today: getting a parking ticket after my 1st visit (argh!). Best part: saw a record-breaking 8 kids. Whew, I fell a bit behind schedule at the end of the day... but definitely not bad at all! I also scheduled in 3 new cases this week.
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Dr. Douglene Jun 23
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L Jun 21
The good thing about OT- number of different trajectories you can choose from is like you going to a mega buffet choosing what items you want to put on your plate!
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L Jun 21
I choose globally connected as my overall objective for my professional trajectory cuz is a global issue. I know it is part of my responsibilities to ensure OT autism practice is moving forward while proving autistic practitioners and students can make + impact.
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Cindy OT Jun 21
I feel like I've become more like Type-A now that I'm working on my own. I just to remind myself to chill and not sweat the small stuff. I can do this.
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Cindy OT Jun 20
It poured 3 times today! My shoes and socks are soaked through. I'm dropping off notes wearing flip flops. I don't care. It's the end of the day.
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Cindy OT Jun 21
What a long day. At least it ended with a pair of adorable and rambunctious twin boys. Turns out I'm their third OT, hope the 3rd time's the charm!
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L Jun 17
Now I have a new justification for my OTA students to considering going abroad for international conferences in their futures- expanding horizons and having opportunities to hear what each country has to offer in OT.
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Cindy OT Jun 22
I was invited to go camping this weekend. Right after my solo visit today, I'd head out to Candor, NY but I'm tired out from this week. Driving 4 hours is the last thing I want to do. Instead, I'll get a haircut and take my parents for a belated birthday dinner.
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Donna Drynan 14h
Glad you like it Dina! Hope it helps to maintain your well established reflective practice!
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Dr. Douglene Jun 23
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CAOT_ACE Jun 23
Great news! In this study of workplace attitudes, it was found that 53% of millennial workers (35 & under) believe that employers should be responsible for providing OT services- Be sure to from your employer/ insurance provider/union!
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Dr. Douglene Jun 21
Spent the day volunteering and packed emergency response shelter kits for those with disabilities.
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Dr. Douglene Jun 18
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Cindy OT Jun 21
Doing jury duty wrecked havoc on this week's schedule. Picked up two cases, and got to schedule in 3 makeup sessions next week. I really should start using a pencil for re/scheduling.
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Frederick Covington 19h
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Cindy OT Jun 21
This week couldn't be over soon enough. I don't know if I can keep driving from place to place, having to reschedule missed visits. Today is one of those dayd I miss working in a clinic. is not easy.
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B2 Jun 20
The rise of 'iPhone hand': Doctors reveal surge in people in pain Any hand therapist have cases like this?
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