ADVANCE for Occupational Therapy Practitioners
February 10, 2016

Vision Rehab

Shedding Light on Brain Function

"The visual system is a key process in which we perceive, comprehend, and remember information. Eighty percent of what we learn is through vision. Patients deemed minimally conscious after suffering a severe brain injury may be greatly impaired in their ability to learn and interact if their vision is subsequently impaired. Despite their impaired ability to communicate, how do we assess their vision?"  Modified Screens

Clearing Industrial Rehab Confusion

Occupational health can be a complex specialty for employees and organizations.  Special Focus

Blog: OT Excels in 'Best Jobs' Ranking

The just-released 2016 U.S. News & World Report compilation shines a favorable light on both occupational and physical therapy.  ADVANCE Outlook

Blog: Stroke and Short-Term Memory

For better outcomes, occupational therapists should get to know what stroke patients were like before their incident.  When OTs Wore White Shoes