Assistive technology for occupational therapists
…or anyone, really, that uses, loves someone who uses or supports someone who uses assistive technology.
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! But let’s not pretend like buying gifts for everyone on your list isn’t stressful. Since we don’t live in a universally designed world (yet – I have hope!), buying gifts for your loved ones with disabilities can be challenging, so I’ve complied a list of gifts thatContinue reading “Accessible Gift Guide – Toys, Games & Arts and Crafts”
It’s finally Fall! This is my favorite season and it is already flying by so fast. One of my favorite traditions is carving pumpkins, so I wanted to pass along a few tips and tricks to make pumpkin carving more universally designed. Remember – universal design is a process, not an end goal; the ideaContinue reading “Universally Designed: Pumpkin Carving”
As occupational therapists, we often talk about the roles we take on in our daily lives and the occupations that are part of those roles. A parent feeds their child, changes their diaper and transports them to daycare. A dog owner takes them on walks, to the vet and adds their favorite treats to theContinue reading “Roles Within Roles”
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