If you’re preparing to become and OT or working as an OT, there are so many things to think about. Here are some of my recommended resources that might help.
Occupational Therapy Coaching
Whether you’re a Pre-OT, Student OT, or working OT, there’s not a lot of resources out there. An OT coach can help you navigate the stresses and challenges you might experience and help you find the path that’s right for you.
My new Ergonomics course
I just created a new office ergonomics course, and the best part is you don’t have to be an OT or have a background in ergonomics to get started.
My ultimate goal with this course is to help you learn how to do an ergonomic evaluation, find clients, and grow your business. You can learn more about this course here.
Splinting without Patterns for hand Therapy
I just released my new hand therapy ebook on how to splint without patterns! If you’re new to hand therapy and just need a splinting refresher, check out this ebook. Splinting without patterns is about helping you develop a vision for splinting.
Current Working OTs
Medbridge is an awesome platform for CEU courses. I highly recommend using them if you need some good quality courses, but don’t have the time to sit at a computer all day. Their phone app works great for listening on the go. If you’re interested, I wrote a review about my experience here.
Use the promo code OTFocus to save up to $150.
If you can only get one book to prepare for the NBCOT, I highly recommend purchasing the exam review and study guide. This is the only book I used, and I passed on the first try.
Improve your Documentation
Make your OT documentation and goal writing easier with this simple template.
Occupational Therapy on Social Media
Whether you’re new to occupational therapy or an experienced professional, browse through my courses available on the OT course page.