Join Occupational Therapist Jeff as he discusses all things OT. Whether you are a Pre-OT curious about the profession, OT Student, New Grad, Practitioner, Entrepreneur, Parent, Caregiver, or a Patient - there is an episode for you. Learn about what OT's do. Review OT subjects and learn tricks to be successful in OT school and on the job. Keep up with the latest OT research and trends. Start an OT side-hustle. Improve and market your OT brand or business. Become inspired by others' success stories. This is the OTDUDE Podcast. https://www.otdude.com
In this episode, I reflect on my childhood and compare it to my growing baby. How was learning like for me growing up in America with new immigrant families? I reflect on my academic failures leading up to my successes during graduate occupational therapy school. I share how I became more successful with learning and how you can too with today's free technologies. Learn how to leverage and combine your skills through learning t...
Community, or CommunOT. We all know what community is. Are you part of some communities, real or virtual? How are they affecting your life - positively or negatively? How should we consider community for our clients? Can community be bad? How can you take action to improve your life and those around you through community?
Review psychosocial pharmacology for depression with the major drug classes. Quiz yourself with side effects, neurotransmitters, class type, and more. Use this to help study for your next exam!
Quiz your knowledge of spinal cord injuries and muscle function for the body. Additional quiz questions test your knowledge of ADLs and notable SCI functions. Last, we review some topics you should know for the exam as well as autonomic dysreflexia.
Welcome to another podquiz episode. This topic is often very challenging for students to learn, so it's a good one to listen to. Episode 7 is on pediatric movements and pediatric-fine motor milestones. If you haven’t already subscribe to our growing YouTube channel and check out the 2 videos on this topic to review.
This PodQuiz episode is all about play. Quiz questions will include concepts of play, play types, and play theories. Don’t forget we have a YouTube video titled the same name for you to review these concepts before listening to this episode.
This PodQuiz episode will quiz your knowledge of pediatric developmental theories mentioned in our two-part YouTube series. Theories and theorists include Piaget, Vygotsky, Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, Behavioral, Bandura's Social Cognitive, Dynamic Systems, Motor Learning, NDT, and Sensory Integration. Phew! Listen now to quiz yourself!
In this first PodQuiz episode, we test your knowledge of the levels of assistance in acute care and acute rehab. Other related questions include interdisciplinary collaboration and discharge planning. We recommend that you review our blog post on OTDUDE.com and watch our YouTube video to study this subject before listening. Happy quizzing!
Occupational therapists may work with clients who have visual-perceptual deficits. The visual-perceptual hierarchy pyramid can help to intuitively explain our vision and perception from either a top-down or a bottom-up approach. This episode will explain each level of the hierarchy with examples and wrap everything together to explain how occupational therapists can use this model in their practice to analyze clients' streng...
Learn and review the 12 cranial nerves with OTDUDE. Let's discuss their function, dysfunction, whether they are motor, sensory, or both. In addition to mneumonics, I share a trick I learned recently to visually remember the cranial nerves to their 12 numbers. Check it out!
In this first episode of the OTDUDE Podcast, we learn about what the profession of Occupational Therapy is and what Occupational Therapists do. Spread the word about OT and share this episode with family and friends!
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