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Using the media to educate others
A recent blog post in Parents magazine online, “Therapy Tricks and Tips for Kids with Special Needs” (Parents.com, March 5, 2012) is an excellent example of promoting occupational therapy while enhancing the client-OT relationship. The piece was written by AOTA member Loren Shlaes,...
Tue, Mar 13 2012
Keeping the momentum going with the media
So the craziness that we at AOTA call April is in the rearview mirror. By promoting OT Month, you may have added some media contacts to your Rolodex. What’s the best way to hang on to their interest until your next big project comes along? It’s important to keep...
Wed, May 30 2012
AOTA is on Pinterest
The American Occupational Therapy Association has joined Pinterest! Check out our site at http://pinterest.com/aotainc . Pinterest is a social photo sharing Web site where users can create and manage theme-based image collections based on the things they like. It operates as a virtual bulletin board...
Mon, Feb 13 2012
Using social media professionally
An article in the June 8 edition of The Guardian titled, “Making social media work professionally,” explains that in sensitive fields—including healthcare—Twitter and Facebook can be a catalyst for networking, but need to be used carefully. “The usefulness...
Mon, Jun 11 2012
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