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Occupational Therapy Insights is a show for parents, educational professionals, and occupational therapists, that delves into the world of occupational therapy. Here occupational therapy is broken down into its simplest form for all to understand. The show is hosted by Dr. Frederick Covington, an occupational therapy professor, author, award winning inventor, and occupational therapy private practice owner.
 
Lets talk about some of the unique ways yoga has spilled over into how I (and other yogis) live daily life- teaching yoga, living in a Tiny House on Wheels , driving an electric car 🚗, finances, dietary choices, relationships, travel, running a youtube channel, writing a book (slowly...very slowly) and working in healthcare as an Occupational Therapist & Massage Therapist...while making time to practice YOGA
 
Spill the OT Podcast is a judgement-free zone to spill all of the tea about OT, PT, and SLP. We talk to REAL therapists out in the field to learn about the ups, downs, and everything in between. No topics are off limits! Let's chat salary, medicare, student loans, the good, the bad, all things therapy. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spilltheot/support
 
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Occupational therapists (OTs) play an important role in early childhood classrooms as vital members of the educational team, particularly for young children’s writing development. Children’s emergent writing is a foundational literacy skill, which begins to develop well before they enter elementary school. However, early childhood classrooms are la…
 
Tics are involuntary, repetitive movements and vocalizations. They are the primary symptoms of a group of childhood-onset neurological conditions known collectively as Tic Disorders and individually as Tourette Syndrome (TS), Persistent (Chronic) Motor or Vocal Tic Disorder, and Provisional Tic Disorder. These three Tic Disorders are named based on…
 
What we hear, this is known as our auditory sense. Auditory defensiveness is considered extreme sensitivity to sound. This includes sounds which are not particularly disturbing or distressing to most people. These may be specifically high frequency sounds, low frequency sounds, or both high and low frequency sounds. When children are oversensitive …
 
The information that follows explains the different types of pain and stages of healing after a fracture (broken bone). It also provides some general guidelines on proper movement after a bone has broken in the back to help with the healing process. While this information is helpful to anyone who has a broken bone, it is intended especially for tho…
 
Personal care activities can be challenging for people with an autism spectrum condition. This is especially so if difficulties with sensory processing are evident. However, the close proximity of others or not understanding the necessity of an activity can all contribute to personal care activities being a stressful part of the person’s every day …
 
The main message emerging from this new comprehensive global assessment is that premature death and disease can be prevented through healthier environments – and to a significant degree. Analysing the latest data on the environment-disease nexus and the devastating impact of environmental hazards and risks on global health, backed up by expert opin…
 
Leadership is vital to the success and sustainability of any group, organization, or profession. Using a qualitative phenomenological methodology, consistent with interpretative phenomenological analysis, this study examines why occupational therapists choose the path of leadership. Data was collected through the completion of semistructured interv…
 
After a stroke, it is important to do the exercises in this handout for your affected arm and hand. You can do them on your own by using your unaffected arm and hand. These gentle movements are called “self-range of motion” exercises, and they help to maintain your movement, prevent stiffness, improve blood flow, and increase awareness of your affe…
 
For decades, the common belief about osteoarthritis (OA) is that it is a “wear and tear disease:” the older you are, the more stress you’ve put on the joints, the more likely you will be to have joint breakdown. But over the past 5-10 years, scientists and researchers are discovering that OA is much more complex than simply a “grinding away” of par…
 
Local health departments are increasingly recognizing that we must look not only at health outcomes, but at the root causes of poor health by understanding the social and physical conditions in which people live as measures of community health. These conditions affect health and well-being broadly, predisposing some communities to better health and…
 
People go to see doctors and nurses for many different reasons but sometimes the real reason is far more serious than what they say they are there for. Sadly, the stigma of mental health and suicide can get in the way of people asking for help. A health-care worker is in a unique position to recognize the signs of someone who is struggling with the…
 
The Beery VMI is one of the standardized assessment tools most widely used by occupational therapists to assess visual-motor integration. Currently, no specific norms exist for Canadian children. This study was developed to assess whether kindergarten children in Canada compared similarly to the norms established in the U.S. sample of the Beery VMI…
 
The Social Determinants of Health are the conditions in which people are born, grow, live and age. They have a large influence on our health. It also determines health inequities, which is the unfair and avoidable health difference between different groups of people In this video we take a look at the social determinants of health..what they are, h…
 
Based on current literature, oral health in long-term care (LTC) facilities is frequently of low priority and does not follow evidence-based best practices. Poor oral health reduces the quality of life of older adult residents and patients and can lead to systemic diseases, such as cardiovascular disease, stroke, and pneumonia, the leading cause of…
 
Many people take medications to make them feel better and prevent/manage secondary conditions. It is important to become your own self-advocate for care, and to know what questions to ask your pharmacist and physicians about your medications. This book will provide you with information on how you can take control of your medications and work with h…
 
When discussing depression in older adults, there are some common misconceptions that need to be addressed at the outset. Depression is not a normal part of aging. Depression is not just having “the blues” or the situational emotions we feel when grieving the loss of a loved one, or dealing with a difficult health problem. Depression is a true medi…
 
Shoulder pain is a common musculoskeletal presentation in primary care practice – both degenerative and acute. As such, it provides a challenge to all involved in prevention and treatment, from patients to clinicians to employers. The primary objective of these guidelines is to provide recommendations, based on current evidence, which will hopefull…
 
Ethical standards promote the values that are essential to good communication, such as trust, accountability, mutual respect and fair medical care. Many ethical standards in medical care, including informed consent, protection of privacy and maintenance of confidentiality, provide a grantee for respect for persons.…
 
Occupational therapy (OT) has been described as “the art and science of helping people do the day-to-day activities that are important and meaningful to their health and well being through engagement in valued occupations” (Crepeau, Cohn, & Schell, 2009, p. 217). This definition highlights the synthesis of both the art of practice and the science-b…
 
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