Stephanie P. OTR

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Rewind to the Beginning

Cue the sad graduation music because it is time to take a trip down memory lane. What seems like forever ago I was asked to define the curricular threads that are interwoven throughout my MSOT program. At the end of each semester I was asked to repeat this exercise. As I write this post, I reflect…

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For Your Consideration...

I did it!

Using the research methods that I developed at Regis College I was able to articulate an area of interest and submit a proposal about it. The submission is for consideration as a poster presenter at the American Occupational Therapy Association's 2019 conference. The application proces…

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This is How I Roll

What is an Orthotic?

An  orthosis  is an externally applied device used to modify the structural and functional characteristics of the neuromuscular and skeletal systems (Radomski, 2014, p. 249)

Much detail goes into a well-executed orthotic. These are the details that I discovered durin…

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My Love Letter To The Canadian Occupational Performance Measure

Dear COPM, 

Thank you for being the most low-maintenance, considerate assessment tool that I know. You always keep things simple and I appreciate that. You always want to know what is important to me and how satisfied I am. I could not ask for a better assessment tool. Yours Truly, Stephanie

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