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A Day in the Life: Traditional In-Person vs. Online Occupational Therapy

Posted by TinyEYE |

Part 1: Preparing to Begin the Day
Scenario 1: Traditional, In-Person Occupational Therapy
6am: Alarm goes off.
6:05am: Get dressed and do your hair/make-up.
6:30am: Rouse your kids, getting them dressed, feeding them breakfast, packing what they need for the day, and signing permission forms that were ‘forgotten’ the night before.
7:30am: Haul your occupational therapy tools to your car. Load your kids into the car, strap everyone in. Ensure everyone has their lunch, stuffed toys, juice… and everything else they will need through the day. 
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Topics: occupational therapy telepractice, work from home, Working mom, online occupatonal therapy, occupational therapy innovation

Online Occupational Therapy: Why Should We Care?

Posted by Marnee Brick |

Online Occupational Therapy:  Why Should we Care?

Hello Everyone,

When you consider your occupation, does your current ability to participate either contribute or detract from your sense of self-worth, success, and joy?  If you were aware of tools and ideas that could improve your occupation experience, would you appreciate the opportunity to access the support?

According to the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT), the term ‘occupation’ refers to a group of activities and tasks of everyday life that people do to occupy themselves, including self-care, leisure, and productivity (contributing socially or economically to their community).  Occupational therapy enables people to engage in everyday living, helps people to perform occupations that foster health and well-being, and fosters a just and inclusive society so that all people can participate to their potential in the daily occupations of life.  http://www.caot.ca/

With these outcomes in mind, you can likely imagine how essential it is for children, from birth towards adulthood, to have access to quality occupational therapy services. Investing into children provides them with tools and strategies that help them to invest into their home and community.  Why occupational therapy?  Do children have occupations?

Occupations and Children

Playmate, line-leader, teeth-brusher and writer…these are noble examples of how children occupy their day and contribute to their environment.  The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) explains that the role of occupational therapists includes serving children so that they can learn, play, and thrive. Common areas of need include developmental, educational, injury-related, emotional-behavior, and job readiness. Below are examples of ‘occupations’ for children, which are enriched by occupational therapists:

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Topics: online occupational therapy, online occupational therapist, CAOT, AOTA, occupational therapy innovation, remote occupational therapy, tele-occupational therapy, telepresence in occupational therapy, e-occupational therapy, online OT, telehealth in occupational therapy

Online Occupational Therapy: How Does it Work?

Posted by Marnee Brick |

Online Occupational Therapy:  How Does it Work?

Raise your hand if your heart warms and stretches when you know you have improved a child's life.  What a joyful purpose to serve.  

Therapists are self-driven to influence the quality of children’s lives.  Because we advocate for communities that do not have equal access to quality therapy services, speech-language pathologists and occupational therapists around the world have joined our online therapy team so that they can experience the joy that grows from improving the life of a child.  What is the point of online occupational therapy and how does it work?

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Topics: online occupational therapy, OT jobs, online occupational therapist, #RobotsInSchool, occupational therapy innovation, remote occupational therapy



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