Meagan Landress, CSLP® uncorks student loan debt and draws on her experience as a certified student loan professional and consultant to give advice to occupational therapists about how they can confidently plan for student loan repayment. She talks aboutContinue Reading
I’ve been keeping a little secret these past few months! I’m so happy to announce that my husband and I are pregnant with our first child. In today’s episode, I had the pleasure of talking to my friend and fellow OT mama podcaster, Sarah Putt, MA, OTR/L aContinue Reading
Lindsey Vestal, OTR/L talks about mindset, building a business, competing on price, and serving clients where they are, with amazing examples and wisdom from her experience as a pelvic health therapist and private practice owner. Whether you’re interestedContinue Reading
In today’s episode you’ll hear from Barri Bladon, an occupational therapy student who was drawn to the profession because of his first hand experience as a patient. Barri had a stroke in 2013 and will graduate with his OT degree in 2022.Continue Reading
I talk with Dr. Heather Evans about complex trauma, sex trafficking and her work amplifying the voices of survivors. We also talk about what OTs can do to serve this underserved population.
Dr. Heather Evans is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with aContinue Reading
Shahrose and I talk all about opportunities for OTs who have a passion for technology and the Rehab Tech Summit – a first of its kind event coming to you virtually in February.Continue Reading
In today’s episode I chatted with Anna and Emily, team leads at Beyond COVID, a platform that promotes living well during & beyond the coronavirus pandemic. They use their experience and wealth of knowledge as occupational therapists and occupational scieContinue Reading
In today’s episode I chat with Amanda Wiles, owner of the recently established Pediatric Therapy Partners in Delaware about the process of starting a pediatric practice from ideation all the way to getting the first client. The show notes for this episodeContinue Reading
Morgan Starkweather is a recent grad OT who was a puppy raiser for Guiding Eyes and did her graduate thesis work with families who benefited from having an autism assistance dog. We talk about what it takes to be a puppy raiser, how these working dogs canContinue Reading
In this episode you’ll hear from 3 different OTs who have completed the AOTA Fellowship Program at 3 different sites in 3 unique practice areas. We’ll cover:
– What is an AOTA fellowship?
– What are the advantages of being a fellow?
– How is the AOTA