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Accessibility/Health Fair hosted by Occupational Therapy and Epidemiology students

Published: Dec 17th, 2012

Master’s in Occupational Therapy students, under the direction of Dr. Roxanna Bendixen, and master’s students in the Department of Epidemiology, under the direction of Dr. Cathy Striley, received a 2012 […]

Red, white, orange and blue

Published: Nov 28th, 2012

Corey Garmon may be from Alabama, but he loves the Gators. Garmon, a U.S. Army calvary scout, was decked out in orange-and-blue when he and Capt. Erik Johnson, an occupational […]

UF to offer free vehicle checks for mature drivers

Published: Oct 19th, 2012

The University of Florida department of occupational therapy will offer CarFit, a free national program, on Wednesday, Nov. 7 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Senior Recreation Center, […]

Students collaborate across disciplines in new projects

Published: May 21st, 2012

Scholarship gift honors a mother’s legacy

Published: Apr 17th, 2012

When Erica Goldin graduated with her UF master’s degree in occupational therapy last December, her family friends Toni Thompson and David H. Amis thought carefully about the perfect graduation gift […]

Sherrilene Classen elected to American Occupational Therapy Foundation’s Academy of Research

Published: Apr 9th, 2012

Sherrilene Classen, Ph.D., M.P.H., an associate professor in the department of occupational therapy and director of the UF Institute for Mobility, Activity and Participation, has been elected to the American […]

On the same road

Published: Jan 5th, 2012

Shands and UF driving rehabilitation services are moving forward together, joining forces to establish what directors say is the first program where clinical driving rehabilitation services are delivered in direct […]

Investigating the daily impact of disability in children

Published: Sep 8th, 2011

Roxanna Bendixen, Ph.D. Whether it’s recess, extracurricular activities, sleepovers or other forms of social participation, children with disabilities are often on the outside looking in. “It can be hard for […]