Reading as an occupation–July reads.

The Body keeps the score by Bessel van der Kolk, MD Publisher: Penguin Books; (September 8, 2015) With the focus on trauma-informed care, becoming aware of the impact of trauma on the healing process is a key clinical skill for occupational therapy practice. The body keeps the score presents trauma and the healing process in a …

OT Research Spotlight

Article: Predicting Student Success on the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy® Examination Authors: Amy L. Kurowski-Burt, SueAnn Woods, Shay M. Daily, Christa L. Lilly, Brian Scaife, Diana Davis Research Design: Causal-comparative research Objective: Determine the likelihood of passing the NBCOT® Exam based on characteristics of academic and professional behaviors of student cohorts. Participants: …

Ending the week on a positive note…

It gets late early out here. ~ Yogi Berra I cannot believe that tomorrow is August. This Yogi Berra quote sums up how quickly this summer is progressing. I hope everyone is safely getting in some summertime activities. I think walking and running has been my go-to for outdoor activities. In my area, I see …