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Occupational Therapy Insights is a show for parents, educational professionals, and occupational therapists, that delves into the world of occupational therapy. Here occupational therapy is broken down into its simplest form for all to understand. The show is hosted by Dr. Frederick Covington, an occupational therapy professor, author, award winning inventor, and occupational therapy private practice owner.
 
Lifestyle by Design is hosted by Karen Jacobs, an Occupational Therapist and a professor in Occupational Therapy at Boston University. Lifestyle By Design’s motto is “helping you solve everyday challenges.” Each episode will introduce you to extraordinary people who will share with us their stories of how they addressed a challenge in their lives, as well as professionals who will share their expertise on how to handle challenges big and small.
 
The Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists (OSOT) is the professional association for occupational therapists in Ontario, Canada. In this podcast series, we talk to emerging and established occupational therapists to learn how they developed their leadership skills. This series explores the idea that we can lead from any role or job title and encourages reflection on one's own leadership development. This series was created and hosted by Victoria Danesi, OSOT's Administrative and Events ...
 
Lets talk about some of the unique ways yoga has spilled over into how I (and other yogis) live daily life- teaching yoga, living in a Tiny House on Wheels , driving an electric car 🚗, finances, dietary choices, relationships, travel, running a youtube channel, writing a book (slowly...very slowly) and working in healthcare as an Occupational Therapist & Massage Therapist...while making time to practice YOGA
 
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Today's podcast features a special guest, Hunter Behrmann SLP, along with the Working Therapist Podcast host, Haden Boliek SLP. Together, they list out 5 functional and practical strategies to implement when scheduling speech therapy caseloads in the school setting. These tips include: 1. Beginning the scheduling process with children who have the …
 
Any occupational therapy advice? How does your OT mind guide you? NINE-YEAR-OLD Rajeshwari from Chhattisgarh, India was born with a very rare condition that causes extreme stone-like blisters to form all over her body. No doctor has been able to treat Rajeshwari's condition or even properly diagnose her in the past - leaving her family without answ…
 
We might be in the same class in school but not in life. Does Singapore have a problem with poverty and social class divide? Many of us don't think so. But our privilege often hinders us from seeing the hidden social inequalities that segregate our society. The first step? Knowing that inequality exists and that we can be part of the solution.…
 
What advise would you give as an occupational therapist? A GENETIC mutation has caused a woman’s leg to swell to more than three times its normal size. Tawheeda Jan, aged 21, from Indian Administered Kashmir was born with Lymphatic Filariasis, a condition more commonly known as elephantiasis. Elephantiasis is typically characterized by thickening o…
 
Ensuring equal opportunities for persons with disabilities is an important facilitator of participation and inclusion in society. Both the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) and the Council of Europe Disability Strategy 2017-2023 address equality and equalization of opportunities for persons with disabilit…
 
The true nature of “disability” is neither the mere functional limitations of individuals, nor the difficulty of performance which results directly from such limitations. “Disability” is oppression, discrimination, social exclusion and restriction of participation which is socially constructed and imposed upon people who are regarded as different i…
 
About one in seven people are disabled. That’s around 15 per cent of the global population, or an estimated one billion people worldwide. It’s a number that still surprises many. This is because disability is not necessarily obvious or physically apparent and many disabled people are prevented from joining in wider society by a range of barriers – …
 
Racial and ethnic health disparities have been heavy on our hearts over the past few years—and they should be. We have much to reckon with, not only in terms of our own personal biases, but also regarding the structural inequities within healthcare. In this one-hour, podcast-based CE course, we’ll look at how the Latino community is impacted by dis…
 
Have you heard about dancing mania? While some mental conditions are well documented with treatment options, there are still others that we know very little about. In this video, we cover: erotomania, musical ear syndrome, visual snow syndrome, alien hand syndrome, folie a deux, hemispatial neglect, aphantasia, synesthesia, factitious disorder, and…
 
In Part 2 of our Shoe Choices for the Developmental Stages: A Physical Therapist Perspective series, Haden Boliek SLP and Kjirsti Myles PT go in depth about foot development in children and shoe choices for ages 3 and up. As children become school-aged, it's important to consider many factors when making their shoe purchases. Haden and Kjirsti disc…
 
Childhood experiences, both positive and negative, have a tremendous impact on future violence victimization and perpetration, and lifelong health and opportunity. As such, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are an important public health issue. Learn how everyone can help prevent ACEs by using strategies to create safe, stable, nurturing relatio…
 
Dr. Shira Yalon-Chamovitz, Dean of Students at Ono Academic College in Israel, joins us to talk about her personal journey managing symptoms of "long-covid." As an occupational therapist with a focus on service and cognitive accessibility, Dr. Yalon-Chamovitz discusses how she is able to use OT practices to manage symptoms such as brain fog and fat…
 
EIDY Ardila from Neiva, Columbia suffers from fibrous dysplasia, an uncommon bone disorder where scar-like (fibrous) tissue develops in place of normal bone. The condition developed after Leidy had heart surgery when she was a baby. Doctors warned her mother that Leidy wouldn't be able to walk - and that it was likely she wouldn't survive past her …
 
Abstract: Background: Deterioration in upper extremity function has been a common problem among children with cerebral palsy (CP). The present study evaluated the effects of virtual reality (VR)-based rehabilitation combined with conventional occupational therapy (COT) on upper extremity function and caregiver assistance among children with CP. Met…
 
CANAPE is a noncomparative, holistic, individually centered, mindfulness guided, analysis of need for adapted physical education, developed by Dr. Frederick Covington and The Therapy Institute. Here is activity music inspired by the diversity, equity, inclusion, centric ideas of the CANAPE. Let's include all and not deny student from participating …
 
CANAPE is a noncomparative, holistic, individually centered, mindfulness guided, analysis of need for adapted physical education, developed by Dr. Frederick Covington and The Therapy Institute. Here is activity music inspired by the diversity, equity, inclusion, centric ideas of the CANAPE. Let's include all and not deny student from participating …
 
CANAPE is a noncomparative, holistic, individually centered, mindfulness guided, analysis of need for adapted physical education, developed by Dr. Frederick Covington and The Therapy Institute. Here is activity music inspired by the diversity, equity, inclusion, centric ideas of the CANAPE. Let's include all and not deny student from participating …
 
Often in our work environment, we hear that a therapist may be struggling with the behaviors of a child. But what does that mean? If we think about it, there are positive and negative behaviors, and all of us behave in some way or another every single day! So when we hear "struggling with behaviors," what might we be referring to? When a therapist …
 
The Foot and Ankle Ability Measure (FAAM) is a self-report outcome instrument developed to assess physical function for individuals with foot and ankle related impairments. This self-report outcome instrument is available in English, German, French and Persian. The Foot and Ankle Ability Measure is a 29-item questionnaire divided into two subscales…
 
Evidence informed and theoretically sound education is the cornerstone of a strong and relevant profession. Contemporary education for occupational therapists relies on a robust body of evidence that responds to contextually specific educational needs and that can be judiciously exchanged across borders. Educational research supports the preparatio…
 
The ability to affordably track brainwave activity has opened up tremendous opportunities in occupational therapy. Regardless of where we work (or the patient populations we treat), our work has the potential to be significantly informed by this technology over the next few decades. In this one-hour course, we will look at a research study on brain…
 
CANAPE is a noncomparative, holistic, individually centered, mindfulness guided, analysis of need for adapted physical education, developed by Dr. Frederick Covington and The Therapy Institute. Here is activity music inspired by the diversity, equity, inclusion, centric ideas of the CANAPE. Let's include all and not deny student from participating …
 
CANAPE is a noncomparative, holistic, individually centered, mindfulness guided, analysis of need for adapted physical education, developed by Dr. Frederick Covington and The Therapy Institute. Here is activity music inspired by the diversity, equity, inclusion, centric ideas of the CANAPE. Let's include all and not deny student from participating …
 
In Part 1 of our "Shoe Choices for the Developmental Stages: A Physical Therapist Perspective" series, Haden Boliek SLP and Kjirsti Myles PT explore the topics of milestones related to foot development in babies and toddlers, the importance of proper foot support and stabilizers, as well as which shoe choices to avoid and which to consider. They al…
 
CANAPE is a noncomparative, holistic, individually centered, mindfulness guided, analysis of need for adapted physical education, developed by Dr. Frederick Covington and The Therapy Institute. Here is activity music inspired by the diversity, equity, inclusion, centric ideas of the CANAPE. Let's include all and not deny student from participating …
 
CANAPE is a noncomparative, holistic, individually centered, mindfulness guided, analysis of need for adapted physical education, developed by Dr. Frederick Covington and The Therapy Institute. Here is activity music inspired by the diversity, equity, inclusion, centric ideas of the CANAPE. Let's include all and not deny student from participating …
 
CANAPE is a noncomparative, holistic, individually centered, mindfulness guided, analysis of need for adapted physical education, developed by Dr. Frederick Covington and The Therapy Institute. Here is activity music inspired by the diversity, equity, inclusion, centric ideas of the CANAPE. Let's include all and not deny student from participating …
 
An economic evaluation examines the impact of occupational therapy in relation to financial costs of providing a service. The analysis compares the costs of occupational therapy with an alternate (control) intervention to determine: Is occupational therapy more beneficial than the control intervention to attain desired outcomes, such as increased i…
 
A burn injury can affect how some people are able to carry out their daily activities. This can depend on how deep the burn is and where it is on your body. Some people may have difficulty walking, getting on and off furniture or getting themselves washed and dressed. A burn to your hand may mean you have difficulty bending or straightening your fi…
 
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