January is clearly over, so Bloganuary is over as well, but I did like this blog prompt even if I didn’t post about it on time! Day 12’s Bloganuary prompt was: What chore do you find the most challenging to do? On the day that I started writing this post (January 12th of course), IContinue reading “Productivity at home and challenging chores”
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Learning daily ❤️
As someone who works with kids with ￼disabilities, I am learning DAILY! Not only am I learning more about how to support them as an occupational therapist, but also about myself. January 29th’s Bloganuary prompt is “what is something you learned recently?” I have been learning a lot of things every single day, including things,Continue reading “Learning daily ❤️”
Supporting the occupational therapists of the future!
In a few days, the facility that I work out will go on holiday break similar to the school holidays. This means that in this next week, I will be wrapping up my final evaluations for all of my placement students. This semester in particular, I have had the opportunity to be a preceptor forContinue reading “Supporting the occupational therapists of the future!”
Just realized there’s a FEEDBACK page on my blog 🙃
Conversation starter: How can you be the best Occupational Therapy placement supervisor?
This past year, I had the pleasure of becoming a placement supervisor to Occupational Therapy and Occupational Therapy Assistant students. Yes I said it, the pleasure of … as much as it is an extra role on my plate, I LOVE mentoring placement students. As a child I always wanted to be a teacher, andContinue reading “Conversation starter: How can you be the best Occupational Therapy placement supervisor?”