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Cindy OT 8h
Oy, I hope I can write off all work-related expenses for this year.
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L 11h
To my OT friends (those who know me or not)- My Twitter account can be considered as hyperactive at times. At the end of the day, though, I am your neighbor and colleague, too. We all have responsibilities to make the profession better for present and future generations.
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L Apr 15
Taking calculated risks can present great opportunities for professional growth. One thing curating TEDxAlmansorPark have taught me- having capacity to lead when your back against the wall is not easy. But it was a great learning experience to grow as a leader.
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CAOT_ACE Apr 16
Deadline today! Improve your ability to promote safe sexual health practices for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in tomorrow’s webinar-
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L Apr 15
One thing I wish this can exist in the curating world- allied health professions week! A week where curators share their favorite talks from allied health professionals.
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Cindy OT 9h
OMG, this aspiring pediatric got major sticker shock... The PDMS-2 kit costs $500+???
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L 11h
I use social media to promote conversations with my colleagues (whether they know me well or not). I also use it as an example to promote . So, my Twitter can be described as crazy is as crazy does for a reason.
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L 15h
Occupational scientists around the globe- consider applying to this opportunity! It is the grand daddy of TED stages and the world needs to know what it is!
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L Apr 15
If ever asks me on occupational therapy practitioners to present on big TED after Holly Cohen, I will be glad to suggest names! Having one made it on big TED is good... but I believe occupational therapy is a profession that deserves more love on big TED!
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CAOT_ACE Apr 14
Occupational therapists can help lower work disability rates with a prevention approach. Register for the webinar on May 14th to learn more-
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Solutions For Living Apr 16
We're currently seeking an experienced Occupational Therapist to join our growing team. Send your CV to erin.ridpath@entwistlepower.com.
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TRACEE🌿 Apr 15
Replying to @BillWongOT
Yes! I love it!
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Brenda V. Apr 14
'Another amazing occupational therapy story - social prescription -now Getting dressed is key - glad we’ve been on this for 100+ years!! ‘PJ paralysis': Why advocates are pushing to get patients out of pyjamas
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L Apr 13
One thing I like some of my OT/OTA instructors say to their students, "You not only got to be on your A game with your peers you meet in real life, same goes with online, too. Professional opportunities can be gained/lost because of social media sometimes."
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CAOT_ACE Apr 12
CAOT Mentorship On Demand can provide you with strategies to better manage your caseload and helpful clinical insights. If you would benefit from this in your clinical practice, register for the program-
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L Apr 13
And another thing to make sure I enjoy my OT career to its fullest- having a bucket list of people I want to work with (future or present). Although this list will keep on growing, collaborating with people I love to work with is what keeps me going.
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L Apr 13
I feel one of the top things to make sure I enjoy my OT career to its fullest- making positive and lasting memories, particularly with people you are close to.
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CAOT-BC Apr 12
Space is still available at the free upcoming course: Comprehensive Automotive Mobility Solutions for Health Professionals in Kelowna, BC!
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L Apr 15
Can occupational therapy conferences across the globe present this many varieties at their conferences? TED sure sets the bar high!
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CAOT-BC Apr 16
New study: Cognitive rehab delivered primarily by OTs helps people with early-stage dementia to improve their everyday functioning (related to individual goals) and is cost-effective from health, social care and societal perspectives!
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