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February 2015 - Volume 31 Number 2


Never too Late

They may not have chosen the OT path until later in life, but these second-career professionals are learning that true satisfaction is worth the wait.


The 'Minimal Muscle' Home

A detailed, room-by-room analysis of adaptations that make a home more accessible and comfortable for people with mobility issues.

Expanding the Focus

When vision rehab is discussed in OT circles, low vision dominates the topic. But proper eye function means more than just acuity.

The Right Treatment for RSI

Addressing repetitive strain injuries requires lifestyle modifications and patient education. Pain management modalities can also play a part.

The Goals of 'Girls' Group'

How an Arizona school-based therapist is changing the lives of students with academic and social challenges through peer interaction.


Ad Index

Letters to the Editor

Education Opportunities

Classified Employment Opportunities

Patient Handout: Sleep Safety for Children


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