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Written by Kyla Salisbury, Published on May 8, 2018

In the therapy clinic, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can be a challenging and difficult chronic disease with a wide range of variable symptoms to treat. Within American Occupational Therapy Association’s Practice Framework, MS can impact several occupations including activities of daily living, instrumental activities of daily living, work, leisure, sleep, and social participation depending on impairments.

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Topics:Clinicalearly interventionmultiple sclerosispatient educationquality of life

Written by Chelsea Jancewicz, Published on September 12, 2017

Are you considering being an early intervention OT?

Being fresh out of school and on the hunt for your first job as an early intervention OT can be extremely overwhelming on its own. Especially when trying to visualize all the pros and cons of each different setting and population that you could work with.

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Topics:CareersClinicalearly interventionpediatricspros and conssensory integration

Written by Bridget McNamara, Published on August 1, 2017

You’ve just graduated and passed the NBCOT (YAY!), and now it’s time to find your first early intervention OT job!

You want to work in pediatrics, but where to start? Positions in different settings can provide different benefits and challenges. This article outlines some important considerations for the early intervention (EI) setting to keep in mind during your search for the perfect first position!

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Topics:Careersearly interventionEIfamilyjobsparentspediatrics

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