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Meeting with Kelly Green from AutismHWY
I was debating about where to put this entry, since it's arguable that I could put on either one that I am now writing. After some debate, I have decided to put it here... because I want to demonstrate to fellow OT students as well as professionals that there are many different ways we can do about...
Sat, Mar 26 2011
For those of you who know me well, I am both an OT advocate and autism self-advocate. I mentioned yesterday in another blog that my OTD project is going to be a great opportunity to blend both of these occupational roles into something valuable for both the autism and OT communities. It will be a benefit...
Mon, Jun 25 2012
I couldn't believe a government official said this.
http://hk.news.yahoo.com/article/110307/4/n2jy.html Prior to OT school, I never went to a lobbying event. I think it was because my parents never really know the reasoning behind lobbying. They just think that voting in certain spots is enough in terms of making their voices heard. However, as...
Mon, Mar 7 2011
If OT Profession Can Ever Take a Page Out of This Book
I think there is a good bit of you who have heard not only Dr. Clark, but also other previous AOTA presidents speak about the issue of advocacy for students and professionals. Well, the video above is actually a great example of how our pixel power can be in action. Sure, it is in Hong Kong and they...
Fri, Feb 18 2011
2011 CaHPSA Lobby Day Experience
If you can follow my gazillion updates on Facebook, you'll see that I posted a collections of clips from my CaPHSA Lobby Day experience in Sacramento, CA. In case you don't know what CaHPSA is, it's short for California Health Professional Student Alliance, which is consists of students currently...
Mon, Jan 17 2011
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