I would love to know what YOU know and/or think about Occupational Therapy and OT Practitioners. In any answer, please do not share Protected Health Information; this is simply a survey so I can learn what my readers believe and/or know. Thank you!- Katie ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1. What do you believe Occupational Therapy (OT) is? 2. … Continue reading Occupational Therapy: An Informal Survey →
As an Occupational Therapist, my career path has led me in several directions. As I noted on another page… “ A graduate of the University of Florida (UF) in 1997, registered with the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) with a license to practice in Florida. Began career working with clients in the … Continue reading Here’s your path… →
Many years ago, I was a marketing executive for a private organization. The slogan that attracted me to the business was, “Working from home and loving it“. I resigned from that position and returned to the profession that I trained for and am very proud to practice: Occupational Therapy! I share that to introduce our … Continue reading It’s A New Day: Working from Home * Providing Remote Learning and Virtual Therapy →
I am re-reading an OT textbook, Occupational Therapy for children and adolescents, 7th edition. I feel like doing jumping jacks and turning cartwheels because occupational therapy is such a great profession! =) Of course, I started in chapter 25 Transition to Adulthood, written by some of my transition heroes! Note these important statements regarding the … Continue reading The Occupational Therapist on the Transition Team →
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I love being an OT! I graduated from the University of Florida as an OT in 1997. I am a wife and mother and enjoy running, paddle-boarding, gardening, singing with my church seasonal choir, and cheering on my favorite college team in many sports!
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