This week Natalie and Jessica talk with Breanne Begeman about ways to overcome barriers to community participation for clients with low vision.
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 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!
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 Deborah Ruediger about ways that OT can more competently interact with and treat adults who are obese. We also discuss ways that OT can promote health, independence, and participation following bariatric surgery. This episode is eligible for CEU credits!
This week, Natalie and Jessica interview Erika Del Pozo about identifying and managing burnout in occupational therapy practitioners.
This week, Natalie and Jessica interview Amber Ward and Amy Mahle about strategies for successful collaboration between OTs and OTAs.
This week, Natalie interview Kersten Laughlin about trauma-informed care. We discuss signs and symptoms that may suggest a history of trauma, ways that trauma influences occupational performance, and how to interact with patients experiencing trauma. This episode is eligible for CEU credits!