Monthly Archives: January 2016

Visual/ Visual-Spatial Resources

We wanted to share some visual/visual-spatial resources recommended by faculty member Carrie Davis (free online resource with activity ideas and a few computer-based games to work on specific visual challenges- tracking, eye teaming, etc.) Visual-Spatial Portals to Thinking, Feeling … Continue reading

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Early Mobilization in the ICU and in Acute Care – A Family’s Perspective

GUEST BLOGGER: Kathryn Biel As a PT, it’s not uncommon to spend our days in the hospital. This fall, I got to spend more time in the hospital than I’d planned for. My dad had a stroke. Unfortunately, he was … Continue reading

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NEW COURSE: Linking Play and Self-Regulation to Mealtime Success and Introducing NEW SPEAKER: Susan Roberts

We are thrilled to introduce a new speaker to our faculty: SUSAN ROBERTS Susan L. Roberts, author, nutritionist, and award-winning occupational therapist uses innovative, research-based approaches for children and teens with autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, CP, Down’s syndrome and other … Continue reading

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