Ending the week on a positive note….

Hello February! Another week in the books. Completing this part of my blog is one of my favorite routines. February has many events to celebrate–Black History Month, Groundhog Day, Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day, World Nutella Day, the list goes on and on.

Occupational Therapy

J.P. Rosenbaum Now ‘Feels 100%’ After Occupational Therapy | PEOPLE.com It is great to learn of the occupational therapy journey of clients. Learn of The Bachelorette’s J.P Rosenbaum’s journey after being diagnosed with Guillain Barre Syndrome.

Registration Link: —Complimentary Webinar with Laurie Guest on the Compassionate Leader: 3 Ways to Take Care of Yourself During Challenging Times. Part 1 of 2.

Registration Link: —Complimentary Webinar with Laurie Guest on the Compassionate Leader: 3 Ways to Take Care of Your Staff During Challenging Times. Part 2 of 2.

The Best Occupational Therapy Books for Mental Health OTs (theothub.com) This list! As a therapist that has little practice experience in a mental health setting, this list gives me life! Great references.

The Good Crust offers vocational skills with homegrown pizza dough (wabi.tv) Occupational therapy practitioner changes profession to make pizza! But once an OT/OTA always an OT/OTA. She uses her occupational therapy background in her new profession.

Member Appreciation Plus Webinar – AOTA Applying Evidence for Best Practice in Mental Health Settings. I am trying to grow in the mental health practice area. I am starting here.

Reiki Works (rebeccaaustillclausen.com) As a Reiki Practitioner, I need a refresher. I also recommend this to anyone looking to learn about balance in one’s life.

2021 Institute Registration | LeaRRn (brown.edu) Shaping the future of telerehabilitation through research.

The 100 Influential People of Occupational Therapy’s History (otcentennial.org) Make it a goal to make this list!

AOTA election results!

How to Get a License – AOTA Great resource for new OT/OTA grads.

NHS The Health Literacy Place | Home I’ve been really loving the simplicity and efficacy of this site.

From service user to professional – OT Magazine (ot-magazine.co.uk) Love these stories of empowerment.

Research

Congratulations to Rachelle Brick, 2021 Kielhofner Doctoral Research Scholarship Awardee  AOTF

Reasons for and outcome of occupational therapy consultation and treatment in the context of multidisciplinary cancer rehabilitation; a historical cohort study – Rijpkema – 2020 – Australian Occupational Therapy Journal – Wiley Online Library Clients with cancer have multiple needs related to ADLs, endurance, leisure, and strength. Conclusion: “The result of this study supports the added value of occupational therapy to cancer rehabilitation, and emphasise the positive effect of occupational therapy on everyday functioning.”

On my TBR pile:

Potpourri

Valentine’s Day Breakfast Board – Two Peas & Their Pod (twopeasandtheirpod.com) Think outside the box for Valentine’s Day! Can’t eat out for the big day, then this makes staying in a treat!

This 14-Minute Pilates Glutes Series Works Your Core *and* Improves Coordination | Well+Good (wellandgood.com) I’ve been focusing on Barre workouts more to mix up my fitness routine. I am also short on time. This a great resource.

How Long To Steep Tea To Reap the Benefits | Well+Good (wellandgood.com) I was today years old when I learned that specific temperatures were required for certain teas. My focus was always boiling the water!

17 Children’s Books About Black History (romper.com) As someone who believes in the power of reading. This list is everything!

30 Classic Books To Read Aloud To Your Kids & Ignite Their Love Of Reading (romper.com) Reading aloud helps to promote reading…just 15 minutes a day makes a difference.

Writing Coherency – Co-Authorship Part Three | Story Empire Providing the 3rd of a 4-part series on co-authorship. Collaborating takes work and these tips and tricks allow for a smooth working relationship.

Co-authorship Part IV: Conclusion | Story Empire Part 4 of a 4-part series on co-authorship.

Thanks for reading! Enjoy your weekend!

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