Top 5 Occupational Therapy Blogs to Follow (2019)

Top 5 list of blogs that we recommend (and also follow ourselves) for all things Occupational Therapy.

1. AOTA’s CommunOT

Welcome to the American Occupational Therapy Association’s blog! Get the latest information and news from AOTA staff here on AOTA’s blog. From advocacy and policy news to tips for your practice, we regularly blog about topics that are important to you and your clients.

2. OT Toolkit Blog

Welcome to a blog site devoted to sharing experience, knowledge and resources to make your job of being a great therapist a lot easier. OT’s best resource for working with older adults. A 630 page resource manual with 283 patient handouts and 85 treatment guides.

3. OT Toolbox

The OT Toolbox is a site for Therapists, Teachers and Parents. A blog about Occupational Therapy ideas, crafts, handwriting and cursive writing activities, visual perceptual skills, sensory processing. Occupational Therapist sharing creative OT tips and tools for helping therapists, teachers, and parents support their kids and students.

4. OT Potential

An occupational therapy blog, written by Sarah Lyon, for occupational therapists, OT students and certified occupational therapy who want to grow their OT career. Topics range from pediatric occupational therapy to geriatrics.

5. My OT Spot

My OT Spot is a resource for occupational therapists and occupational therapy students working in the adult and geriatric populations. Discover occupational therapy and become the best OT you can be. Learn the best-kept secrets from professionals in the field.

Runner Ups

OT’s With Apps

The OT eTool Kit resource – review of apps and other technologies for OT’s working with children and adults.

ABC Therapeutics

This occupational therapy blog is written by Christopher J. Alterio, Dr.OT, OTR. He is an occupational therapist and owns a private practice in Western New York. The main objective of his blog is to “represent an ongoing experiment in a mostly open-source exploration of occupational therapy.”

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