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Letters to the Editor: A simple way to promote the profession
Are you interested in using a newspaper to promote OT Month but don’t have the time to commit to an interview? A letter to the editor may be a good option for you (and can be written at any time of day!). Friday’s Times-Tribune in Scranton, Pa. includes an excellent example penned by AOTA...
Mon, Apr 16 2012
A triumphant journey
In honor of both OT Month and Autism Awareness Month, I wanted to share an excerpt of an AOTA press release that went to Cincinnati media outlets today. This story is a testament to the important role occupational therapy has with autism spectrum disorder management. Cincinnati, Ohio — When...
Wed, Apr 11 2012
Why do you love OT?
I got a letter from a Mississippi high school student last week explaining that she was working on a research project for her English class about her prospective career: occupational therapy. She said that her school does not have a career center and the project was two-fold: collect information on careers...
Mon, Jan 30 2012
Making OT irresistible to the media
Just in time for OT Month, I wanted to share a resource I came across featuring tips to propel occupational therapy into the media. “109 Ways to Make Your Business Irresistible to the Media” (copyblogger.com) was written by Patrick Garmoe, a social media strategist for a Minnesota digital...
Tue, Mar 27 2012
OT Month-inspired ‘OT in the News’
OT Month-inspired ‘OT in the News’ Here’s a quick and simple way to promote your profession this OT Month. The following articles featuring occupational therapy are a sampling of those published within the last month. Read a few and share one of your favorites with your social media...
Thu, Apr 5 2012
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