Category Archives: OT

Delayed UC Clamping Associated with Improved Fine Motor, Social Scores at Four

[Medical News Today] Delayed clamping of the umbilical cord to help prevent iron deficiency in infancy was associated with improved scores in fine-motor and social skills in children at age 4, particularly in boys, although it was not associated with … Continue reading


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Career Corner: Study Tools for the OT Practitioner

[Source:  OTs with Apps] Preparing for the NBCOT Certification Exam? With June just around the corner, it is time to prepare for the OT exam.  There are a myriad of tools available to study for the OT certification examination. Online resources, … Continue reading


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Blind Human Echolocators Use Visual Areas of the Brain

[Source:  Science Daily] Certain blind individuals have the ability to use echoes from tongue or finger clicks to recognize objects in the distance, and some use echolocation as a replacement for vision. Research done by Dr. Mel Goodale, from the … Continue reading


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Hot Job: School Contract OT – Wood Dale, IL

Are you looking for a full time school position this fall?  Our client is a school system in DuPage County.  They seek an Occupational Therapist to join their team full time (5 days/wk) for the 2015-2016 school year starting August … Continue reading


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Early Intervention Occupational Therapist – Wilmington, DE

We are searching for an occupational therapist for a full time pediatric, community-based early intervention program in the Wilmington, Delaware.  Ideally, the therapist must have one or more years’ of experience.  Dynamic individuals interested in an interdisciplinary team approach are encouraged to apply. … Continue reading


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