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- Occupational therapy 55
- agent of change 29
- Lived Experience 23
- Boston University 15
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The lived experience of a first year occupational therapist.
In this inspiring interview, Sarah Schoen, Ph.D., OTR/L describes her lived experience as an agent of change in the occupational therapy profession as well as the individuals who mentored her career path as an occupational therapist.
In this inspiring interview, Kathleen Matuska, describes her loved experience as an agent of change in the occupation therapy profession as well as the meaningful career and life that occupational therapy has afforded.
The distinct value of occupational therapy in the field of assisstive technology
Erin Sim interviews her mentor in occupational therapy, Kelly Casey, about her past accomplishments, current projects, and future goals.
This interview with Michelle is about her impressions and experiences as an occupational therapist.
David Bodary (54) and his son, Samuel Bodary (24), piece together their memories of the day David got into an accident that caused a traumatic brain injury. They talk about time spent in the hospital, ways that life changed afterwards,...
In this inspiring interview, Elizabeth Skidmore describes her lived experience as an agent of change in occupational therapy as a distinguished scientist and educator. Dr. Skidmore is the first occupational therapist to receive the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists...
In this inspiring interview, Laura Bianciella describes her lived experience as an agent of change in the occupational therapy profession, as well as the meaningful impact that this has had on her personal and professional life. Laura Bianciella, M.S., OTR/L...
Occupational therapist asks a current occupational therapy student about her experiences in her first year of her doctoral program.
Dr. Pizzi is an Occupational Therapist, professor and Wellness Lifestyle Coach with 38 years of experience. I had the opportunity to interview with him today regarding his experience as an agent of change and recommendations for the field of occupational...
Steve tells his story about career changes from ballet to occupational health therapy, his path toward Buddhism, personal relationship and connecting back to community through volunteering.
Martin (known name) works in a community based rehab program in Herbertpur, India. It's called Anugrah project. In this interview he talks about his experiences at the field.
Conducted in Santa Cruz, California, student Kayla Penny (age 15) interviews Susan Fisher (age 45) about a childhood story and the effect it had on Susan’s future. Fisher shares her story of dealing with individuals troubled with mental health such...
In this inspirational interview, Dr. Dawn Evans describes her lived experience as an agent of change in the occupational therapy profession as well as Northeastern Board President of the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention. Dr. Dawn Evans is also a...
Interview with Occupational Therapy Professor and Global Advocate for feeding disorders Dr Kate Barlow
Using task analysis starting a company filling a need
This interview with Dr. Taggart included six questions about her career as an occupational therapist.
This inspiring interview with Mary Malone describes her lived experience as an agent of change as an occupational therapy assistant educator. Mary Malone, M.S, OT, OTR is a Professor at North Shore Community College in Danvers, MA.
Two pedatric occupational therapists and friends talk about their work as occupational therapist practitioners.
Two occupational therapists discussing why their profession is personally meaningful.
Carl Berger (77) and his wife Sharon Berger (76) talk about when Carl suffered from a dissected artery, fell into a coma, and was hospitalized for almost a year.
Jessica Remick (30) interviews her husband Michael Remick (31) about how his aneurism changed his life.
Interview with my cousin regarding how COVID-19 affected her life, occupation, and what brought her to the life she lives today.
Bailey LeBoeuf Johnson is an Occupational Therapist in the state of Colorado, and an inspiring agent of change within the profession. Identifying a gap in mental health services, she created her own business to provide the best quality of care...