Breanna Singletary, a recent graduate of the clinical doctoral program of occupational therapy, completed a capstone project to create and implement a quality-of-life assessment tool for The Botes Memory™, a dementia evaluation and treatment platform used by Concierge Home Care.
Some strategies focus on psychology, said Chiung-ju (CJ) Liu, associate professor of occupational therapy at the University of Florida. Pain can limit your stamina and range of motion. So allow yourself to change your standards, such as using semi-ready products, Liu said, instead of cooking from scratch.
The event spotlights inclusive recreational activities available all year for students with disabilities at Lake Wauburg.
Students, staff and faculty gathered to celebrate the Accessible Day at the Lake event during the afternoon of Oct. 21. The event took Gators out of the busy swamp and into a state of relaxation with Lake Wauburg’s cool breeze, clear sky and calm water. As guests enjoyed the lake and its inclusive activities, they recognized Disability Awareness Month.
Congratulations to first year OTD students, Angela Cao, who was awarded the Alice C. Jantzen Fellowship, and Anushka Pandya, who was awarded the Clare Shoemyen Graduate Fund award.
This course is designed to inform listeners about what delirium is, why it is important, how to identify it, and what evidence-based conservative interventions exist which rehabilitation professionals can utilize to address delirium. This course specifically discusses how occupational therapists have a unique and essential role in addressing delirium.
This course focuses on the assessment and treatment of patients in a coma, vegetative state, and minimally conscious state following acquired or traumatic brain injury (consistent with Rancho I to IV).
Usability and reliability of an accessible patient-reported outcome measure (PROM) software: The Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory–Patient-Reported Outcome (PEDI–PRO)
Jessica Kramer presented a keynote at the Capturing the Magic: Participation for all (CAPA) symposium held at the Beitostølen Healthsports Center, Norway.
In this course, the presenters discuss an interdisciplinary approach to home modifications research.