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Catherine Backman Sep 21
I’ve not yet read the story, but isn’t that beaded solar system a beautiful work of art? Flagging “Teaching Indigenous Star Stories” by for a leisurely read this week.
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Moira Peña Sep 21
Thank you so much for spending 2 days with me learning all about processing & sensory-based interventions (SBIs). So great to see your pre & post scores & the positive trend towards your best hopes about this workshop being realized
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CAOT-BC Sep 2
Your mOnTh at a Glance:
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Catherine Backman Sep 16
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Keir Harding Sep 11
I'll be banging on about OT and "Personality Disorder" at the Colorado OT conference in October. Bring apple pie and fried chicken Occupational Therapy and the Diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder – The Time is Now
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beyond COVID Sep 22
As OT months & weeks approach around the world, we're making a blog series about the different roles that OT can fill & what a 'typical' day looks like. We welcome volunteer submissions from across settings, incl. emerging. Email esther@beyondcovid-19.com for more info
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Annette McKinnon Jan 29
Scoping Review of Environmental Factors That Impact Driving with Arthritis: Considerations for Occupational Therapy abstract Important to improve knowledge among clinicians to address behind-the-wheel concerns & nonuse/abandonment of such adaptions
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OTNow_AE Sep 8
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Catherine Backman Sep 11
CAPABLE study is great example of novel community team to support “aging in place” & how cool 😎 to see featured in Forbes! Occupational Therapists Enable Independent Living For Seniors with Wellness Design Interventions
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Catherine Backman Sep 23
May 2021 bring joyful adventures to both and Julia, you’ve been a great friend to and inspiring leader for worldwide Good luck with executive search ! Been there, done that! 😉
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Dr. Tara Packham Aug 31
Just preordered my copy...what's not to ❤about baking as meaningful activity !
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Amanpreet S Rangi Apr 8
Great tip! I also read somewhere that self care includes setting boundaries but self love is respecting them. Many times it's the execution of boundaries that results in us failing to uphold them. Remember this next time you feel pressured to submit
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Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L Sep 22
This is a good justification why OT should get involved in the TEDx organizers space. I know I wouldn't have been aware of conversations like this AND make correcting comments pretty immediately.
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Dr. Tara Packham Sep 7
walking onto the rehabilitation unit
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Karen Gilbert OT Feb 20
This will be A-mazing! For anyone with an interest in pain science and whole person, whole life approaches to health, you don’t want to miss this opportunity to benefit from Linda’s knowledge, experience and unique perspective.
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Anna Braunizer (she/her) Sep 23
I am enjoying spending time on creative occupations like making cards for friends and painting canvases of my favourite places
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Rosalie Wang May 7
Congrats! What a fantastic initiative . Here are the future leaders in
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Anna Braunizer (she/her) Sep 14
"So as health professionals, when we begin to judge or critique people for not being “compliant”, for not being “motivated”, for failing to go to the gym, for not stopping smoking – we need to stop for a minute [and listen to client's values & perspective]" -
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Mary Forhan May 22
Such an important issue to explore and find meaningful solutions. Well done!
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Anne W. Hunt, PhD Sep 8
Very pleased that an OT student publication was discussed in neuro reading seminar today. Reinforces that measurement of occupation can be used in recovery AND what you contribute as an student matters and has impact!
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