In this episode, Natalie and Jess talk with US Navy Seal veteran Rusty Noesner, who sustained multiple head injuries during his time in Afghanistan. Rusty talks about his therapy process, particularly the multiple benefits he discovered through art therapy. He also talks about his new nonprofit, War Paints.
This episode was inspired by the article "10 Reasons Why Handheld Devices Should be Banned for Children Under Age 12" which was published in the Huffington Post by a pediatric OT. Natalie and Jess review the evidence behind each argument and how as practitioners, we can better educate parents on safe and appropriate use of digital media.
In this episode, Natalie and Jessica review the etiology of Pusher Syndrome, useful assessment tools, and treatment techniques for managing this complex condition.
In this episode, Jess and Natalie interview Debbie Hansen, Nevada's only Certified Driving Rehabilitation Specialist. They review available resources for generalists, when to refer to a specialist, and the nuts and bolts of a driving rehab evaluation.
In this episode, Natalie and Jess introduce the Glass Half Full podcast with a discussion of the AOTA Centennial Vision. They explore the distinct value of OT and the specific components of our practice framework that set us apart. Future directions of the podcast are also introduced.