This week Natalie and Jessica talk with Brittany Ferri about ways that OT can promote health literacy across patient populations.
This week, Natalie and Jessica discuss metacognitive strategy training. We review metacognition, the purpose of strategy training, its active ingredients, and appropriate clinical use. This episode is eligible for CEU credits!
This week, Natalie and Jessica interview Kourtni Reed about therapeutic approaches, equipment and technology that can assist with complex positioning programs. This episode is eligible for CEU credits!
This week, Natalie and Jessica talk with Heidi Fischer and Gina Mulanthara about the role of OT diabetes management. We discuss the role of environmental and cultural factors, and how careful consideration of these factors can enhance follow through with diabetes management plans.
It's season 8! We are kicking off this season with a chat about COVID. We share our experiences with adjusting to pandemic life. Share your story on our Facebook page!
This week, Natalie and Jessica interview Alissia Garabrant about loneliness in homebound adults. We discuss risk factors, signs and symptoms, and how to address issues related to loneliness in this vulnerable population.
In this episode, Natalie and Jess talk with pediatric OT Amy Seymore about the range of sensory based and sensory integration treatments for children. They also discuss strategies to implement in a classroom to help children with sensory processing and modulation difficulties to remain focused and engaged.
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.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to present at AOTA conference? This week we talk with Frank Gainer and Bridget Campbell about how to submit a proposal to present. We also discuss the review process, tips for a strong proposal, and other information about the conference planning process.
This week, Natalie and Jessica interview Emily Kringle about sedentary behavior following stroke. We discuss why sedentary behavior is so problematic, how OTs can assess sedentary behavior, and how we can intervene to promote health. This episode is eligible for CEU credits!