||6. Take and share pictures of OT in action (time commitment varies)
It's one thing to tell people about our profession, but imagine if you could show them occupational therapy in action. You don't need a professional camera to take and share pictures on the Web, so break out your point and shoot (or even your phone) and start snapping photos of your work. If you are taking pictures of clients, be sure to get their consent in writing. Post your pictures on Facebook, Flickr, OT Connections, or any other photo sharing site. Remember to write captions for the photos that describe occupational therapy and what you are doing. If you post a photo on Facebook, tag AOTAinc so we can see and share your photos.