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Therapy Students in the Clinic: A Realistic Look

As students are finishing up their final rotations of graduate school and preparing to take their national board exams (AKA a scary, intimidating test that determines if they can actually do what they went to school for…), I thought it … Continue reading

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Interpreting an Occupational Therapy Evaluation

I spend far too long writing up an evaluation, thankful for the moment it is off of my desk and into a parent’s hands. I’ve analyzed, interpreted, and poured my little OT heart into page after page. However, many times … Continue reading

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A “Who’s Who” of Occupational Therapy

We have had a lot of observers and students in our clinic recently. Keeping in mind that I was one of those observers many years ago, I have to admit- they can be a drag. Adding one more person to an already … Continue reading

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