Good morning! (or whatever time of day you’re reading this haha!) I am writing this as a letter for all allied health professionals that come across this page, but anyone who works with clients in a service providing manner, feel free to read this and comment below. If you’ve seen the rest of my blogContinue reading “Collaborating as an allied health professional”
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Telerehabilitation in Occupational therapy – OT Journal Club
A while ago I had the idea to start a little OT Journal Club where I would read an open access article, summarize it briefly and share my insight. My first one was something I was super proud of (read here) but then I fell off the wagon and haven’t been able to finish anotherContinue reading “Telerehabilitation in Occupational therapy – OT Journal Club”
Should we be implementing Work From Home dress codes?
With COVID numbers rising steadily in North America, many workplaces are keeping their employees at home and some companies, such as Shopify, have told employees they will be working from home for the foreseeable future. While scrolling through LinkedIn, as I do quite a bit these days looking for a more full time position, IContinue reading “Should we be implementing Work From Home dress codes?”
Healthy ways to decompress and leave work worries at the office (or home office)
These days life looks different for everyone, and this might mean your work space is now in your home space. If you’re someone who is a chronic worker, always thinking about the next task, working unpaid overtime, or constantly stressed about your clients when you’re supposed to be cooking dinner and relaxing, learning how toContinue reading “Healthy ways to decompress and leave work worries at the office (or home office)”
Seven Rules of Zoom Meeting Etiquette that forget the reality we are living in.
It’s middle of 2020, COVID precautions have sent many of us (who are lucky enough to still have jobs) to be working from home, and hoping that we can be half as productive as we were in the office. For many people, this isn’t an IDEAL situation. You may have kids who are out ofContinue reading “Seven Rules of Zoom Meeting Etiquette that forget the reality we are living in.”