Occupation as Means and End Featured

Occupation as Means vs Ends Explained & Examples – Occupational Therapy

https://youtu.be/-VumrCD7ZK0 Occupations as means and end were described by Catherine Trombly in 1995. Occupation Definition In the early days of occupational therapy, crafts were used as diversions,...

Transfer of Learning in Occupational Therapy

What is Transfer of Learning? Occupational therapists promote learning using different strategies. One often used concept that clients learn is the transfer of learning. Transfer...
Imposter Syndrome Featured

Impostor Syndrome in Occupational Therapy – 2020 Pilot Study and Insights

https://youtu.be/u9kpkOAwKhU What is Impostor Syndrome? Feeling like a fraud while in occupational therapy school, at fieldwork, and as a practicing occupational therapist? OTS/OTs may experience internal...

The Essential Occupational Therapist Interview Questions and Guide

Leading up to Interview Practice, practice, practice interview questions Speaking out loud In front of a miror, an audience, your cat, or record yourself ...

Apraxia Made Easy – Ideational vs Ideomotor vs Dressing vs Constructional & More –...

This article features the most common kinds of apraxia associated with occupational therapy, prognosis, and treatment. About Apraxia Apraxia is a neurological disorder that is...
MET Levels Made Easy

MET Levels & Cardiac Rehab Made Easy for Occupational Therapy

In the process of making a new free NBCOT® Exam prep course for students, I accidentally discovered that the MET levels that the occupational...

Blocked Practice vs Massed Practice in Occupational Therapy

In motor learning strategies, two terms that can be confusing are blocked practice and massed practice. Practice can be a very useful and empowering method to promote...
Occupational Therapy Healthcare Settings

Sequence and Transition of Care of Occupational Therapy Settings in the Healthcare System

How does the public typically receive occupational therapy services in the US healthcare system? This post will describe a common progression of settings that...

Tracking your CEUs/PDUs with NBCOT’s Renewal Log | Free CEUs/PDUs as CAUs from NBCOT’s...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaNHJNIwef8 Tracking your CEUs/PDUs with NBCOT's Renewal Log | Free CEUs/PDUs as CAUs from NBCOT's Navigator NBCOT offers a Renewal Log to keep track of your...

Which Direction/Side to Transfer onto Commode – Occupational Therapy

Introduction Patients have two options when it comes to transferring onto a commode, say from a bed. They can either go towards their strong side...