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Samantha Fuhrey Apr 8
April is National Occupational Therapy Month. In the NCSS, we are fortunate to have the services of phenomenal Occupational Therapists! Please take a moment to thank them for their contributions to our students’ success.
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Dr. Kitchens May 25
My taxi driver asked if I was in Cape Town for the occupational therapy conference. He said that all of the OTs he's driven around the city during have been the nicest he's met. He said, "this is one of the nicest conferences"
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Katera Abrams Mar 23
Fun Times with great friends celebrating Fab 40.❤️
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Stellar Therapy Services Apr 8
April is Occupational Therapy month. At Stellar Therapy, we LOVE our OTs! Tag your favorite OTs in the comments to show your love!
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Nicola Traynor Nov 14
Great work on Island Medics
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Julie D. 1 Oct 15
Happy month! 😃👍
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april franco Sep 28
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StG Neuro Occupational Therapy Nov 27
Enjoying Getting us thinking about improving our service. Also congratulations to one of our OTs for winning this excellent pair of socks at the transformation team's stand.
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Reliant Rehabilitation Apr 4
Our team in Danvers, MA would like their amazing OT team to know how much they are appreciated!🤩
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Emma Green Jul 17
Great to see the Bay of Plenty DHB occupational therapy website launched at our OT forum today.A resource for all OTs in the DHB. Awesome work led by OT professional lead Can’t wait to see all the sharing and network opportunities that this brings.
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Rachel Lamb 4 Nov 14
Hate to write? Great strategies and sensory skills for students that struggle with writing.
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Wayne OSS 5 Aug 14
A3: my son came home and said, "Mom we get brain breaks this year - my brain really loves my teacher!"
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Bruce Lauckner 2 Nov 16
Amazing client-centered care by Louise .
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Alison Nov 1
My occupational therapist is leaving. He chose uninterrupted time to tell me, with two months notice, offered the opportunity for us to talk about it again and spent some time reflecting on our four years of work together. This is how it's done!
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That girl Oct 5
You treat us like humans in a syste is built to dehumanise and drive us to suicide. OT’s are sincere and focused on our recovery You give us hope
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Vicky Nov 7
Love my job and all it allows me to do in enabling people to function as independently as possible in all aspects of their daily lives.
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MmeRingwood 14 Apr 18
What better way to spend a PD Day than with the WRDSB Occasional Teachers discussing reading for meaning, using vertical non permanent spaces at the breakout session.
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Margaret Jenkins Dec 17
What a great way to start the week - a lovely thank you from a carer for going that extra mile to support them during their relatives admission
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Christina Warn 8 Apr 16
Day 1 was a blast! Here we go Day 2!
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Libby Ryan-Davies Jun 18
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