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Home Sensory Integration Program Protocol

Home Sensory Integration Program Protocol – Jason M., OT

There are more than enough supplies like books, hand outs, and flashcards

Home Sensory Integration Program Protocol

Occupational Therapy

Home Sensory Integration Program Protocol – Jason M., OT There are more than enough supplies like books, hand outs, and flashcards

Educating Patients

Educating Patients…That Have No Idea What’s Going On… – Jason M., OT

It has been stated many times that we live

Educating Patients

Occupational Therapy

Educating Patients…That Have No Idea What’s Going On… – Jason M., OT It has been stated many times that we live

Wheelchair Adjustment Part 1

For occupational therapy, wheelchair adjustments tend to fall within our discipline. However, the
cost of these adjustments does not always fall

Wheelchair Adjustment Part 1

Occupational Therapy

For occupational therapy, wheelchair adjustments tend to fall within our discipline. However, the cost of these adjustments does not always fall

Respecting Clinicians

Respecting Clinicians: Can’t We All Just Get Along? – Jason M., OTR/L 

No matter what setting, city, state, or therapy discipline

Respecting Clinicians

Occupational Therapy

Respecting Clinicians: Can’t We All Just Get Along? – Jason M., OTR/L No matter what setting, city, state, or therapy discipline

What Can We Do to Help Someone with Multiple Sclerosis?

Lorin G., OT

I work now with JTP in a Skilled Nursing Facility, which is centered on senior care.  One of our patients is a 57 year old lady, we’ll call her “Mari”, who used to be a special education teacher and who has had her life radically altered by a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis about 5 years ago.   It was a difficult diagnosis for her doctors to make; first it was called Parkinson’s disease and only later was it understood as MS.  So, what can we, as therapists, do for an individual with the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis?  As there is no hard and fast cure for the condition, there is nothing we can ultimately do to completely alter an individual’s life that has been diagnosed with this condition.  As therapists, we can help an individual take better control of the MS through ADL training, relaxation techniques, functional transfer training, therapeutic exercise energy conservation and psychosocial remediation.

What Can We Do to Help Someone with Multiple Sclerosis?

Occupational Therapy

Lorin G., OT I work now with JTP in a Skilled Nursing Facility, which is centered on senior care. One of our patients is a 57 year old lady, we’ll call her “Mari”, who used to be a special education teacher and who has had her life radically altered by a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis about 5 years ago. It was a difficult diagnosis for her doctors to make; first it was called Parkinson’s disease and only later was it understood as MS. So, what can we, as therapists, do for an individual with the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis? As there is no hard and fast cure for the condition, there is nothing we can ultimately do to completely alter an individual’s life that has been diagnosed with this condition. As therapists, we can help an individual take better control of the MS through ADL training, relaxation techniques, functional transfer training, therapeutic exercise energy conservation and psychosocial remediation.