Love love love this initiative! Totally screams occupational therapy too! While meals-on-wheels services mean well to make things simpler for the single elderly by having their daily meals delivered to them… they also have a flipside. By keeping them in their homes, there is an increased risk of social isolation and the loss of community roles […]
THERE ARE DAYS when I stop to reflect about life, and of the choices I have made. My decision to pursue occupational therapy has always been and is still one of the best choices I have made in my 26 years. Yesterday echoes the heartwarming sentiment I feel whenever I speak of my profession. A […]
AN OPEN access to AJOT’s latest publication. In my opinion, it is an easy read yet a reminder as to the possible expansion of the role of occupational therapy in reducing acute hospital readmissions. Too many a time have I witnessed the phenomenon at my workplace. Patients getting readmitted because of recurrent falls, because of […]
Some useful tips on safe gardening from AOTA to prevent unnecessary back aches and strains. Check it out here. Particularly like the tip sheet!
Wow, so I have just discovered this amazing way of loading tweets onto WordPress. Learning new things everyday… and social media is such a great platform for sharing ideas! Mind me and my newfound obsession with my tweet-thoughts. This caught my attention today! How innovative (: How to make low cost adapted utensils w/ large […]