Career Advice

Making Recess More Inclusive For Students With Autism

June 19th, 2019
By: Content Staff

Most of us remember looking forward to recess each day in grade school, but for autistic children, recess can be another challenging, frustrating experience. While most kids enjoy the shouting and laughing that accompany kickball, dod...

Life Lessons for New Grads (or Anyone for That Matter)

June 5th, 2019
By: Heather McMillen

During this time of year, new grads are receiving a ton of career advice from all directions and medium. Personally, I feel the best advice comes from life lessons and experiences which can easily translate over to your career and pro...

OTs Play Vital Role In Treatment Plans For Patients With Eating Disorders

May 15th, 2019
By: Content Staff

For patients battling eating disorders, the road to full recovery typically is long and full of speedbumps and setbacks, highlighting the vital role occupational therapists play in helping patients improve their health and overall qua...

Experiencing Job Burnout, Part 2: Side Effects and How to Cope

May 1st, 2019
By: Heather McMillen

While job burnout is quite common, you may not have recognized how destructive it can be to your mental and physical health. The severity can be classified by a variance of degrees. First-degree burnout is the easiest to recover from ...

Experiencing Job Burnout, Part 1: Identifying

April 17th, 2019
By: Heather McMillen

Merriam-Webster defines burnout as “exhaustion of physical or emotional strength or motivation usually as a result of prolonged stress or frustration”. There are three types of burnout, Overload, Under-challenge, and Neglect burnout a...

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