World Mental Health Day

Occupational Engagement and Occupational Balance: Research to Define the Role of Occupational Therapy Each profession has carved out a role with the mental health of their clients. What is occupational therapy’s role? As occupational therapy practitioners, our role is to ensure that we are engaging our clients in meaningful occupations as part of the recovery …

Ending the week on a positive note…

What a week! This week has been a whirlwind. Today it hit me that we are less than 3 months away from 2021! It goes without saying that is a countdown that everyone can stand behind. Occupational therapy University Occupational Therapy Program welcomes the Princess Royal—file this under fun. WFOT Guide to World Occupational Therapy …

Reading as an Occupation: What I read in September

With reading, September was a month where my horizons were expanded. September was also a month where I let my book clubs lead the way with my reading choices. I have been trying to consistently expand the genres I read to learn new things that I can apply to occupational therapy practice and in general. …

Ending the week on a positive note…

Hello October! This was a great week of stories in occupational therapy, research, and in general. As I came across some stories, there was a certain level of incredulity, especially in the area of research…which rarely happens! Here is what I came across this week: Occupational Therapy Online Placements: Student Experience on Placement During Summer …

OT Research Article Spotlight

The skills needed to be successful in occupational therapy fieldwork is more important than ever. Researchers study the skills needed to be successful with this important clinical component of being an occupational therapy practitioner.