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Jeanette Bair Writer's Award Winners

2013

Eye Witnesses: Keeping Low Vision Caregivers’ Needs in Sight Through Occupational Therapy
Orli Weisser-Pike, December 16 issue, pp. 14–18

2012

Meeting the Needs of Caregivers of Persons With Dementia: An Important Role for Occupational Therapy
Catherine Verrier Piersol, Tracey Vause Earland, & E. Adel Herge, March 26 issue, pp. 8–12

2011

Food and Fun for Kids: Preventing Childhood Obesity Through Occupational Therapy
Cynthia Lau, April 11 issue, pp. 11–17

2010

Identifying and Promoting Professional Behavior
Tara Glennon & Tracy Van Oss, September 27 issue, pp. 13–16

2009
Inclusive Early Care and Education: An Opportunity for Occupational Therapy
Leslie Jackson, September 28 issue, pp. 14–17

2008
A Framework for Change
Jean McKinley-Vargas and Kati Thomas, June 30 issue, pp. 10–15

2007
OT Cognitive Adaptation: An Intervention in Time Management for Persons With Co-Occurring Conditions
Suzanne White, Stacey-Anne Meade, and Lori Hadar, June 25 issue, pp. 9–14

2006
Get in the Game! Participation in sports for Children on the Autism Spectrum
Stacey Reynolds, November 13 issue, pp. 13–17

2005
The Needs of Parents With Mental Illness and Their Families
Alexis Henry, November 7 issue, pp. 8–12

2004
Defensive Documentation: Managing Medicare Denials
Linda Lemke, September 6 issue, pp. 8–12

2003
One Therapist’s Journey To Becoming an Entrepreneur
Susan Zekert, May 19 issue, pp. 15–20

2002
School-Based Practice: Moving Beyond 1:1 Service Delivery
Yvonne Swinth & Barbara Hanft, September 16 issue, pp. 12–16

2001
Our Journey Into the Community
Debbie Follis & Ann Nolen, May 7 issue, pp. 12–16

2000
Occupation-Based Practice: Reinventing Ourselves for the New Millennium
Carolyn Baum, January 3 issue, pp. 12–15