12/29/2014: A day at a pain rehabilitation center and Helping kids push through the pain (The Boston Globe)

12/18/2014: This is your brain on crafting (CNN)

12/18/2014: Activities for kids with ADHD (Parents)

12/17/2014: Life after spinal cord injury (

12/16/2014: Top 5 health care jobs for 2015 (The Examiner)

12/10/2014: Break Down: Mental health in Colorado (Denver Post)

12/9/2014: How to help your aging parents stay safe at home (Forbes)

12/3/2014: An OT-approved toy list for all kids (Parents)

12/3/2014: A therapist goes to middle school (The Washington Post)

12/1/2014: Room to unwind: Sensory rooms help students control behavior (The Ledger)

11/30/2014: Senior drivers support tougher laws for themselves (Boston Globe)

11/26/2014: Holidays can be overload for kids with autism (KLN-TV)

11/25/2014: Dad, can you drive? Knowing when an elderly parent needs to stop (Today, NBC)

11/24/2014: Avoiding a fall is no small feat (The Baltimore Beacon)

11/15/2014: Aging in place can mean aging with grace (The Oklahoman)

11/14/2014: 5 Ways to Make Cities More Walkable (NPR)

11/13/2014: How to tell if your aging parent is safe to drive (MSN)

11/13/2014: Program gives school accessible playground (KARE-TV, NBC 11, Minneapolis)

11/13/2014: After more than a year Norman man works to recover from West Nile virus (The Oklahoman)

11/12/2014: Supporting sensory issues (Psychology Today)

11/9/2014: With the holidays approaching, now is the time to plan for travel for your child with special needs (CBS Philadelphia)

11/3/2014: A letter to my son's occupational therapist (The Mighty blog)

11/2/2014: Occupational therapy: Seeing patients overcome obstacles is the biggest reward (Chicago Tribune)

10/20/2014: For children with autism, opening a door to dental care (New York Times)

10/20/2014: Halting schizophrenia before it starts (NPR)

10/19/2014: Lebanon girl copes after crash, spinal injury (The Oregonian)

10/19/2014: Nonprofit's tiny horses yield big benefits (Colorado Springs Gazette)

10/16/2014: 5 Halloween Tips for Parents of Kids With Autism (Mother Nature Network)

10/13/2014: Is cursive still important? (WALB-TV, NBC 10, Albany)

10/7/2014: Therapy in your own hands: The health benefits of knitting (Sacramento Bee)

10/7/2014: The right - and surprisingly wrong - ways to get kids to sit still in class (The Washington Post)

10/6/2014: Don't ignore pain in the garden (The Cape Gazette)

10/4/2014: Bureaucracy turns a hero into a rogue (New York Times)

10/1/2014: To Do No Harm: We must rethink our playgrounds (Playground Magazine)

10/1/2014: The New Active (Richmond Family Magazine)

9/27/2014: Proper ergonomics can enhance the workplace (Grand Forks Herald)

9/26/2014: Play is the No. 1 job for kids' development, socialization (Miami Herald)

9/24/2014: A sleek lakeview home, built with universal design principles, meets owners' needs (Times-Picayune)

9/18/2014: Chan family makes another U.S. university donation (The Wall Street Journal)

9/18/2014: Group weighs in on school backpacks (Wilmington Star-News)

9/17/2014: National School Backpack Awareness Day safety tips (Newsday)

9/17/2014: Today marks National School Backpack Awareness Day (Long Island News 12)

9/11/2014: Playgrounds for all childre: Here's how to find one (NPR)

9/10/2014: Multipe Sclerosis and Occupational Therapy (Healthline)

9/10/2014: How to Boost Fine Motor Skills in Kids (Parents)

9/4/2014: 9-Tip Guide to Fatigue-Free Healthy Meal Prep (Everyday Health)

9/2/2014: New therapies for Parkinson's patients (The Morning Call)

9/2/2014: Help Wanted: Librarians, Sea Captains, Occupational Therapists (The Wall Street Journal)

8/26/2014: Ways to help seniors age in place (WJLA-TV ABC 7, Washington, DC)

8/26/2014: America's fastest growing jobs (Yahoo! Finance)

8/26/2014: Backpacks are back-healthy if used right (Albany Times-Union)

8/23/2014: MIT Style Lab makes clothes accessible for people with disabilities (The Boston Globe)

8/21/2014: Back to School: 5 Ways to Help Middle-Schoolers Ease the Transition (The Washington Post)

8/18/2014: Want to keep your home and independence as you age? Prevent falls. (The Washington Post)

8/15/2014: Why I Love My Job (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

8/8/2014: Special Education 101: Occupational Therapy (The Baltimore Times)

8/5/2014: The Real Reason Why Kids Fidget (Huffington Post Parents)

7/31/2014: Tank the Therapy Dog helps boy, 6, move arm again after brain surgeries (Today Parents)

7/31/2014: Architect overcomes TBI (Arizona Republic)

7/29/2014: How to choose a backpack for your child (The Washington Post)

7/28/2014: 21 Energy-Saving Tips to Ease Life With Chronic Illness (Everyday Health)

7/26/2014: New ways to help treat children with ADHD (Miami Herald)

7/24/2014: Behavior therapy may help prevent vision loss depression (Reuters)

7/17/2014: Offering seniors a path to maintain independence (St. Louis Jewish Light)

7/12/2014: Parents tell picky eaters: 'Play with your food' (The Tennessean)

7/9/2014: Swimming program teaches children with autism skills to save own lives (WDAF-TV, Fox 4, Kansas City)

7/9/2014: Arthritis is no excuse to abandon your knitting projects (The Examiner)

7/8/2014: 6 Signs of a Good Occupational Therapist (Parents)

7/8/2014: Why So Many Kids Can't Sit Still in School Today (The Washington Post)

7/2/2014: A Day in the Life of an Occupational Therapist (Houston Chronicle)

6/30/2014: With transplanted arms and Army grit, quadruple amputee soldiers on (The Washington Post)

6/25/2014: Drivers, students focus on safety at Kean CarFit program (Jersey Journal)

6/17/2014: Therapy helps youth with Asperger syndrome (Naperville Sun)

6/12/2014: Classes help senior drivers adapt to change in their cars and in themselves (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

6/11/2014: What fields offer the best job prospects for women? (CBS News)

6/10/2014: Fighting cancer in kids with top-level care and state-of-the-art playroom (New York Daily News)

6/10/2014: The benefits of occupational therapy (Homewatch CareGivers)

6/7/2014: Occupational therapy students' devices help the disabled (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

6/7/2014: A collaborative approach to pediatric depression, anxiety (Psychcentral)

6/4/2014: UPMC part of study on falls among elderly (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

5/28/2014: Video: The Diary of a Sergeant (The National Archives blog)

5/28/2014: Top 10 Highest Paying Entry-Level Jobs for This Year's Graduates (The Street)

5/22/2004: Tips on how to avoid yard work injuries (WOIO-TV, 19 Action News, Cleveland)

5/20/2014: Video: This is what good occupational therapy looks like (Love That Max)

5/17/2014: Young man faced death, now heads to the basketball court (ABC News, Good Morning America)

5/12/2014: Nature is the Ultimate Sensory Experience (Children & Nature Network)

5/12/2014: The debate over sensory processing disorder: Are some kids really 'out of sync'? (Washington Post)

5/10/2014: Getting home to Hadley: Young mother works to recover from sudden paralysis (Knoxville News-Sentinel)

5/9/2014: New program aims to improve safety for older drivers (CBC News, Canada)

4/30/2014: Four years after tragedy, state-of-the-art home to be a new beginning for family (WMAR-TV, ABC 2 News, Baltimore)

4/29/2014: 7 Steps to Making Your Home More MS-Friendly (Everyday Health)

4/26/2014: Occupational therapists bring value to workplace (Honolulu Star-Advertiser)

4/25/2014: Dental visits can be daunting for children with ASD (USC News)

4/23/2014: Michigan man among first in U.S. to get 'bionic eye' (The Washington Post)

4/22/2014: Occupational therapy focuses on empowering others (Orange County Register)

4/15/2014: Marathon victims reconnect and express gratitude (USA Today)

4/15/2014: The Best Jobs of 2014: Occupational Therapist is No. 9 (Career Cast)

4/12/2014: Is your home age-friendly? (AARP The Magazine)

4/9/2014: Five Myths About Occupational Therapy (Yahoo!)

4/8/2014: Occupational therapy gives you back your life (Post-Crescent)

4/7/2014: Road to Recovery (Valley Morning Star)

4/2/2014: Afghan girl injured in war gets new arm (Los Angeles Daily News)

3/31/2014: Occupational therapists use Wii for Parkinson's study (Science Odex)

3/26/2014: Stroke survivor gets a hand with baby (Times-Picayune)

3/25/2014: This is your brain on knitting (CNN)

3/20/2014: How a chronically-ill artist continues to create (Everyday Health)

3/20/2014: Occupational therapy in our schools (Education Talk Radio)

3/19/2014: What to do when a stroke survivor wants to forego personal hygiene (National Stroke Association's Stroke Smart)

3/19/2014: Novato firefighters, Dominican students develop program to enhance fall prevention (Novato Advance)

3/10/2014: Occupational therapy helps restore skills of daily living (Fort Myers Florida Weekly)

3/6/2014: Picky eaters get help in Burnsville (Sun ThisWeek)

3/6/2014: The 20 Fastest-Growing Jobs This Decade (U.S. News & World Report)

3/5/2014: A web-cam, Wi-Fi, and 2 beanbags enable remote developmental therapy for kids with disabilities (Med City News)

3/2/2014: Occupational therapy student gains national attention (The Breeze News, James Madison University)

2/26/2014: Therapy program helps Fort Campbell soldiers heal (WDAM-TV)

2/24/2014: Boost Your Balance to Avoid Falls (The Wall Street Journal)

2/24/2014: Driver recovers after stroke (McPherson Sentinel)

2/21/2014: Driver Rehab: Helping to Keep Seniors Safe on the Road (Interview with OT Anne Hegberg, NPR)

2/17/2014: Caring for the Alzheimer's Caregiver (New York Times)

2/17/2014: Making pizza is therapeutic for west suburban residents (LaGrange Sun-Times)

2/12/2014: Possibly the most radical innovation to zippers in over a century (ABC News)

2/10/2014: Colleges compete in splint off (Cincinnati Enquirer)

2/8/2014: South African-born occupational therapist enjoys job in Lebanon (Lebanon Daily News, PA)

2/4/2014: Bundling up in frigid weather: A challenge for children with sensory issues (Health News Digest)

2/2/2014: The 10 fastest-growing jobs in America (The Motley Fool)

1/29/2014: What is Occupational Therapy? (Live Science)

1/27/2014: Bad handwriting or sensory issues? (

1/23/2014: Ranking of the Best Health Care Jobs: Occupational Therapist is No. 9 and Occupational Therapy Assistant is No. 13 out of 38 (U.S. News & World Report)

1/17/2014: BIG Program Fights Parkinson's (Des Moines Register)

1/9/2014: Car Features Help Older Drivers (

1/7/2014: These are the 5 Most In-Demand Jobs Right Now (TIME)

1/6/2014: Alternative keyboards aren't healthier, study says (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

1/2/2014: University of Pittsburgh study shows ergonomic keyboards may not be better (WTAE-TV, ABC 4, Pittsburgh)