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A Podcast for Occupational Therapy Talk

Latest Episodes

Cognitive Assessment and Intervention in Acute Care

Inside the EpisodeThis episode is eligible for CEU credits! This week, Natalie and Jessica interview Pamela Dixon and Heidi Gilbert about the role of OT in addressing cognition in acute care. We discuss the importance of addressing cognition in this setting, as well as useful assessment and intervention approaches. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ResourcesThe Value of Adding Cognition Interventions to Your Treatment ToolBox

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Cognitive Assessment and Intervention in Acute Care

Gym Accessibility and Inclusion

Inside the EpisodeThis week, Natalie and Jessica interview Abril Macias about the importance of accessible and inclusive gyms for people with disabilities. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us

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Gym Accessibility and Inclusion

Loneliness in Homebound Adults

Inside the EpisodeThis week, Natalie and Jessica interview Alissia Garabrant about loneliness in homebound adults. We discuss risk factors, signs and symptoms, and how to address issues related to loneliness in this vulnerable population. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ResourcesSuper Better Geriatric Depresion Scale UCLA Loneliness Scale

-1 sSEP 16
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Loneliness in Homebound Adults

Pediatric Rheumatoid Arthritis

Inside the EpisodeThis episode is eligible for CEU credits! This week, Natalie and Jessica interview Talitha Cox about pediatric rheumatoid arthritis. We discuss the signs and symptoms, how arthritis influences occupational performance in kids, and review assessment and intervention considerations. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ResourcesAmerican College of Rheumatology Arthritis Foundation Kids Arthritis Foundation

-1 sSEP 2
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Pediatric Rheumatoid Arthritis

Trauma Informed Care

Inside the EpisodeThis episode is eligible for CEU credits! This week, Natalie and Jessica interview Kersten Laughlin about trauma-informed care. We discuss signs and symptoms that may suggest a history of trauma, ways that trauma influences occupational performance, and how to interact with patients experiencing trauma. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ReferencesCovington, Stephanie. (2017, September 14). 3 steps to becoming a trauma and gender responsive organization. [Webinar]. Retrieved from https://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/console/EventConsoleApollo.jsp?&eventid=1487728&sessionid=1&username=&partnerref=&format=fhaudio&mobile=false&flashsupportedmobiledevice=false&helpcenter=false&key=89BF794F37726508B0671C4362E3A2C5&text_language_id=en&playerwidth=1000&playerheight=650&overwritelobby=y&eventuserid=197921555&contenttype=A&mediametricsessionid=161236014&mediametricid=2135572&usercd=197921555&mode=launch Institute for Chronic Pain. (n.d.). Trauma. Retrieved fro...

-1 sAUG 19
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Trauma Informed Care

Disability Studies

Inside the EpisodeThis episode is eligible for CEU credits! This week, Natalie interviews Jessica about disability studies! We talk about the main concepts behind disability studies, with a focus on the social model of disability. We discuss the differences between the social model of disability and the medical model of disability, and how we can use social model concepts in occupational therapy. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ReferencesAbberley, P. (1987). The Concept of Oppression and the Development of a Social Theory of Disability, Disability, Handicap & Society, 2(1), 5-19. Barnes, C. (2003). Disability Studies: what’s the point? Notes for a verbal presentation at the Disability Studies: Theory. Policy and Practice Conference; University of Lancaster, September 4th, 2003. James Charlton. Nothing About Us Without Us. Clear, M. and Gleeson, B. (2002). Disability and Materialist Embodiment. 49 June Journal of Australian Political Economy, 34-55. Cuff, S.,McGoldrick,...

-1 sAUG 5
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Disability Studies

History of Mental Health OT

Inside the EpisodeThis week, Jessica and Natalie talk with Barbara Ostrove and Laurel Radley about the history of mental health OT, current trends, and future directions. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ResourcesAOTA Resource: Occupational Therapy’s Distinct Value

-1 sJUL 22
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History of Mental Health OT

Graded Motor Imagery

Inside the EpisodeThis episode is eligible for CEU credits! This week, Jessica and Natalie talk with Bobby Blair about Graded Motor Imagery as an approach to pain management. We discuss how and when this approach is used and how it fits within the occupational therapy practice framework. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ReferencesMendez-Rebolledo, G., Gatica-Rojas, V., Torres-Cueco, R., Albornoz-Verdugo, M., & Guzman-Munoz, E. (2017). Update on the effects of graded motor imagery and mirror therapy on complex regional pain syndrome type 1: A systematic review.Journal of Back Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 30(3), 441-449. Polli, A., Moseley, G. L., Gioia, E., Beames, T., Baba, A., Agostini, M., Tonin, P., & Turolla, A. (2017). Graded motor imagery for patients with stroke: A non-randomized controlled trial of a new approach.European Journal of Physical Rehabilitation Medicine, 53(1), 14-23. Shepherd, M., Louw, A., & Podolak, J. (2018). The clinical application of pain ne...

-1 sMAY 13
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Graded Motor Imagery

Auditory Processing

Inside the EpisodeThis week, we interview Shelley Francis, an audiologist with expertise working with children with sensory processing needs and auditory processing disorder in particular, in children. We discuss auditory processing, signs and symptoms that may indicate need for treatment, and how auditory processing difficulties may affect daily activities. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ResourcesShelley’s book

-1 sAPR 29
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Auditory Processing

ECMO!

Inside the EpisodeThis episode is eligible for CEU credits! This week, Jessica interviews Natalie and Peter Munoz, a George Washington University ECMO coordinator. We discuss the history of ECMO, decision to place a patient on ECMO, and therapy’s role in the advanced care of this patient population. We will discuss modifying therapy based on unique hemodynamic stability indicators, therapy’s role in facilitating building respiratory tolerance and building a multidisciplinary team to maximize patient healing. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ReferencesShudo, Y., Kasinpila, P., Le, A. M., Rao, V. K., & Woo, Y. J. (2018). Ambulating femoral venoarterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation bridge to heart-lung transplant.The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, 156(3). ResourcesELSO Website What is ECMO?

-1 sAPR 14
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ECMO!
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Latest Episodes

Cognitive Assessment and Intervention in Acute Care

Inside the EpisodeThis episode is eligible for CEU credits! This week, Natalie and Jessica interview Pamela Dixon and Heidi Gilbert about the role of OT in addressing cognition in acute care. We discuss the importance of addressing cognition in this setting, as well as useful assessment and intervention approaches. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ResourcesThe Value of Adding Cognition Interventions to Your Treatment ToolBox

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
Cognitive Assessment and Intervention in Acute Care

Gym Accessibility and Inclusion

Inside the EpisodeThis week, Natalie and Jessica interview Abril Macias about the importance of accessible and inclusive gyms for people with disabilities. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
Gym Accessibility and Inclusion

Loneliness in Homebound Adults

Inside the EpisodeThis week, Natalie and Jessica interview Alissia Garabrant about loneliness in homebound adults. We discuss risk factors, signs and symptoms, and how to address issues related to loneliness in this vulnerable population. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ResourcesSuper Better Geriatric Depresion Scale UCLA Loneliness Scale

-1 sSEP 16
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Loneliness in Homebound Adults

Pediatric Rheumatoid Arthritis

Inside the EpisodeThis episode is eligible for CEU credits! This week, Natalie and Jessica interview Talitha Cox about pediatric rheumatoid arthritis. We discuss the signs and symptoms, how arthritis influences occupational performance in kids, and review assessment and intervention considerations. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ResourcesAmerican College of Rheumatology Arthritis Foundation Kids Arthritis Foundation

-1 sSEP 2
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Pediatric Rheumatoid Arthritis

Trauma Informed Care

Inside the EpisodeThis episode is eligible for CEU credits! This week, Natalie and Jessica interview Kersten Laughlin about trauma-informed care. We discuss signs and symptoms that may suggest a history of trauma, ways that trauma influences occupational performance, and how to interact with patients experiencing trauma. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ReferencesCovington, Stephanie. (2017, September 14). 3 steps to becoming a trauma and gender responsive organization. [Webinar]. Retrieved from https://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/console/EventConsoleApollo.jsp?&eventid=1487728&sessionid=1&username=&partnerref=&format=fhaudio&mobile=false&flashsupportedmobiledevice=false&helpcenter=false&key=89BF794F37726508B0671C4362E3A2C5&text_language_id=en&playerwidth=1000&playerheight=650&overwritelobby=y&eventuserid=197921555&contenttype=A&mediametricsessionid=161236014&mediametricid=2135572&usercd=197921555&mode=launch Institute for Chronic Pain. (n.d.). Trauma. Retrieved fro...

-1 sAUG 19
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Trauma Informed Care

Disability Studies

Inside the EpisodeThis episode is eligible for CEU credits! This week, Natalie interviews Jessica about disability studies! We talk about the main concepts behind disability studies, with a focus on the social model of disability. We discuss the differences between the social model of disability and the medical model of disability, and how we can use social model concepts in occupational therapy. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ReferencesAbberley, P. (1987). The Concept of Oppression and the Development of a Social Theory of Disability, Disability, Handicap & Society, 2(1), 5-19. Barnes, C. (2003). Disability Studies: what’s the point? Notes for a verbal presentation at the Disability Studies: Theory. Policy and Practice Conference; University of Lancaster, September 4th, 2003. James Charlton. Nothing About Us Without Us. Clear, M. and Gleeson, B. (2002). Disability and Materialist Embodiment. 49 June Journal of Australian Political Economy, 34-55. Cuff, S.,McGoldrick,...

-1 sAUG 5
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Disability Studies

History of Mental Health OT

Inside the EpisodeThis week, Jessica and Natalie talk with Barbara Ostrove and Laurel Radley about the history of mental health OT, current trends, and future directions. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ResourcesAOTA Resource: Occupational Therapy’s Distinct Value

-1 sJUL 22
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History of Mental Health OT

Graded Motor Imagery

Inside the EpisodeThis episode is eligible for CEU credits! This week, Jessica and Natalie talk with Bobby Blair about Graded Motor Imagery as an approach to pain management. We discuss how and when this approach is used and how it fits within the occupational therapy practice framework. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ReferencesMendez-Rebolledo, G., Gatica-Rojas, V., Torres-Cueco, R., Albornoz-Verdugo, M., & Guzman-Munoz, E. (2017). Update on the effects of graded motor imagery and mirror therapy on complex regional pain syndrome type 1: A systematic review.Journal of Back Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 30(3), 441-449. Polli, A., Moseley, G. L., Gioia, E., Beames, T., Baba, A., Agostini, M., Tonin, P., & Turolla, A. (2017). Graded motor imagery for patients with stroke: A non-randomized controlled trial of a new approach.European Journal of Physical Rehabilitation Medicine, 53(1), 14-23. Shepherd, M., Louw, A., & Podolak, J. (2018). The clinical application of pain ne...

-1 sMAY 13
Comments
Graded Motor Imagery

Auditory Processing

Inside the EpisodeThis week, we interview Shelley Francis, an audiologist with expertise working with children with sensory processing needs and auditory processing disorder in particular, in children. We discuss auditory processing, signs and symptoms that may indicate need for treatment, and how auditory processing difficulties may affect daily activities. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ResourcesShelley’s book

-1 sAPR 29
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Auditory Processing

ECMO!

Inside the EpisodeThis episode is eligible for CEU credits! This week, Jessica interviews Natalie and Peter Munoz, a George Washington University ECMO coordinator. We discuss the history of ECMO, decision to place a patient on ECMO, and therapy’s role in the advanced care of this patient population. We will discuss modifying therapy based on unique hemodynamic stability indicators, therapy’s role in facilitating building respiratory tolerance and building a multidisciplinary team to maximize patient healing. Give us feedback on this episode! Contact us ReferencesShudo, Y., Kasinpila, P., Le, A. M., Rao, V. K., & Woo, Y. J. (2018). Ambulating femoral venoarterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation bridge to heart-lung transplant.The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, 156(3). ResourcesELSO Website What is ECMO?

-1 sAPR 14
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ECMO!
the END