This week we interview Shelley Francis, and discuss sensory needs, and auditory processing disorder in particular, in children.
Natalie and Jess discuss the purpose of ECMO, how it works, and the role of occupational therapy in managing clients on ECMO. This episode is eligible for CEU credits!
Natalie and Jess discuss important terminology, skills, and lab values important for providing occupational therapy services in acute care. This episode is eligible for CEU credits!
We talk with Shaun Conway about the NBCOT Navigator Tool.
We talk with Evan Knutson about the positive psychology movement. We discuss the theory behind positive psychology and its underlying components, as well as ways to incorporate elements of positive psychology into occupational therapy practice.
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.
We talk with MacKenzie Kelley, about the experiences of moms during and after a NICU stay. We discuss common mental health concerns, and the role of OT in preventing and managing these complications.
In this episode, Natalie and Jessica review the etiology of Pusher Syndrome, useful assessment tools, and treatment techniques for managing this complex condition.
We talk with Sabrena McCarley about new and upcoming changes in Medicare reimbursement in skilled nursing facilities in hospital settings. We talk about skilled nursing payment models, use of G-codes, and changes to the role of students in hospital settings. We give tips for therapists on how to best handle these changes in their practice setting.
We talk with Sarah and Scott Pruett, owners of a universal design and home modifications non-profit company. We discuss issues in universal design and home and community accessibility. Scott also shares his personal experiences in problem-solving his role as a new parent with a disability.