OT in the News

Media coverage is an important part of raising public awareness about occupational therapy practice and research. Here are some of the most recent stories covered in print and online that emphasize OT in HD by clarifying and focusing on the important work done by occupational therapy practitioners.

8/28/2017: How associations are helping older drivers stay safe behind the wheel (Associations Now)

8/28/2017: Safer cars to keep older drivers on the road (New York Times)

8/23/2017: Growing horticulture program helps with healthy aging (CBS Philadelphia)

8/17/2017: Occupational therapy shown to improve lives of people with chronic pain (Medical Xpress)

8/17/2017: Sisters' invention helps users find more independence (Simi Valley Acorn)

8/16/2017: Hobart man's road to recovery one step at a time (Chicago Tribune)

8/14/2017: ‘I felt like I could do anything’ (The Westminster Window)

8/12/2017: Patients with paralysis learn how to scuba dive at the Kennedy Krieger Institute (The Baltimore Sun)

8/11/2017: The role of occupational therapy in MS (U.S. News & World Report)

8/11/2017: 6 tips for hosting outdoor parties when you have arthritis (Everyday Health)

8/11/2017: Who benefits the most from occupational therapy? (Nearsay)

8/10/2017: 7 ways to conquer rheumatoid arthritis all day (Everyday Health)

8/10/2017: Childhood depression is an ever increasing problem (Blasting News)

8/10/2017: Dietary salt: Does it cause MS progression? (Everyday Health)

8/9/2017: 10 Driving Tips for People with RA (Everyday Health)

8/8/2017: 4 activities to get this year's preschoolers ready for kindergarten next year (WRAL-TV)

8/6/2017: The 50 best jobs in 2017 all pay over $50,000 (The Cheat Sheet)

8/4/2017: Pack it light, wear it tight (Carroll Magazine)

8/1/2017: Fibromyalgia: Surviving an invisible misery (CNN)

7/31/2017: Paralyzed from the waist down, Willie Young III discovers how to be a kid again (The Downey Patriot)

7/31/2017: Backpacks could cause back problems if you're not careful (WJBF-TV ABC 6)

7/28/2017: How dance is helping people with Parkinson’s heal (Durham Herald-Sun)

7/26/2017: Chronic pain patient chooses therapy over narcotics (WBIR-TV NBC)

7/26/2017: Backpack Smarts (New York Lifestyles Magazine, pg. 87)

7/18/2017: First boy to receive double hand transplant can now do this (BBC North America)

7/17/2017: 5 old-school parenting tips that you should still use today (Business Insider)

7/13/2017: Miracle in Progress: Deputy Nick Tullier's recovery (WAFB-TV CBS 9)

7/13/2017: Want to keep your brain sharp? Work longer (MarketWatch)

7/7/2017: Occupational therapy helps every day be Independence Day (The Daily Journal)

7/6/2017: Students use 3-D printer to make prosthetic hands for kids (The Buffalo News)

7/6/2017: 7 Rheumatoid Arthritis-Friendly Hobbies (Everyday Health)

7/4/2017: Autism sometimes gets dismissed by some doctors, family learns in yearlong challenge (San Diego Union-Tribune)

7/3/2017: Occupational therapy eases depression in patients with macular degeneration (Journal of the American Optometric Association)

7/3/2017: What I Wish I’d Known About My Knees (New York Times)

7/2/2017: CarFit helps senior drivers find the best fit (Chicago Tribune)

7/2/2017: Class prepares drivers with autism for traffic stops (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

7/1/2017: 19 Best Jobs for Community College Graduates (U.S. News & World Report)

7/1/2017: Universal design makes homes accessible and pleasing (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

7/1/2017: Students offer art therapy program to incarcerated juveniles (Miami Herald)

6/30/2017: How people with dementia can live at home longer (Next Avenue)

6/30/2017: Correctional officer shot on the job making remarkable progress (ABC 13 Houston)

6/29/2017: 5 Ways to Manage Your Chronic Illness at Work (Business News Daily)

6/28/2017: How to improve driving skills for teens with ADHD (U.S. News & World Report)

6/27/2017: How to care for dementia and Alzheimer's patients at home (International Business Times)

6/25/2017: Fly fisherman in Arkansas helps foster kids (Associated Press)

6/23/2017: Educators get lesson in cursive writing (The Baltimore Times)

6/22/2017: Occupational Therapy Helps Young Adults with Diabetes (Medscape)

6/21/2017: No sudden sounds: PSO performs sensory-friendly show (Pitt News)

6/21/2017: Look Your Best with MS: Grooming Tips for Men and Women (Everyday Health)

6/21/2017: University of Cincinnati study tests electromagnetic pulse that can wake up the brain after a stroke (WCPO-TV)

6/16/2017: Debate swirls on whether cursive is dying art or crucial skill for youths (El Paso Times)

6/16/2017: 3-year-old gets wheels thanks to teen's robotics project (Burlington Free-Press)

6/15/2017: How horses through hippotherapy improve quality of life (MLive)

6/15/2017: How to stay healthy at work (Wahpeton Daily News)

6/13/2017: Brain damage can be lingering scourge of opioid overdoses (WCVB-TV ABC 5)

6/13/2017: Children with disabilities learn social and motor skills through a yoga class (KEVN-TV)

6/13/2017: Stop that Spinner: Alternatives to Fidget Spinners (Red Tricycle)

6/13/2017: Returning to work after injury (The Bennington Banner)

6/12/2017: MS and the decision to use a wheelchair: Is it time? (Everyday Health)

6/11/2017: More About OT (Modern Mom)

6/11/2017: 20 Under 40: Olsonkoski found her calling in helping others (The Missoulian)

6/9/2017: Perspective, programs help older Mainers drive safer longer (Bangor Daily News)

6/9/2017: OT-related exercises for children with autism (Modern Mom)

6/8/2017: Chronic pain tied to dementia in older adults (Psych Central)

6/8/2017: Brain Scans May Help Predict Autism in High-Risk Infants (NBC News)

6/7/2017: There is no shame in enrolling a child in early intervention (Love That Max)

6/6/2017: Keeping your hands healthy and pain-free this summer (The Star-Telegram)

6/6/2017: How to garden without injury (The Bennington Banner)

6/5/2017: Nonprofit helps vets face challenges with video games (KVUE-TV)

6/4/2017: Occupational therapy celebrated in Clifton Springs (The Daily Messenger)

6/3/2017: CarFit helps seniors get more comfortable behind the wheel (Dallas Morning News)

6/2/2017: How to Support People Living With Dementia to Develop Self-Esteem (The Huffington Post)

6/1/2017: Girl meets boy with severed spine. Then her back is broken, but not her faith. (Kansas City Star)

6/1/2017: Reading is good medicine (New York Lifestyles Magazine)

6/1/2017: Osceloa man copes with loss of arm (South Bend Tribune)

5/31/2017: Accelerate Your Analytics: Use Web Analytics to Build Insights (Associations Now)

5/31/2017: Health is more important than a physical: An occupational therapist's perspective (Exceptional Parent Magazine)

5/29/2017: His plane crashed, he ran 5 miles, swam croc-infested river. See what he plans now. (The Indy Star)

5/29/2017: Mom of Child with Special Needs: My Greatest Fear is a Cut to Medicaid" (Health Times)

5/29/2017: She'll leave 'O' one day to help others (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

5/28/2017: Time is everything when it comes to strokes (Press of Atlantic City)

5/24/2014: Therapists for disabled children fight yet another round of Medicaid cuts (Houston Press)

5/24/2017: 31 Ways to Manage Your Psoriatic Arthritis (

5/24/2017: Big worries: Helping kids cope with mental health issues (Low Country Parent)

5/24/2017: What methods can ADHD kids try to cope with their disorder? (U.S. News & World Report)

5/21/2017: How Virtual Reality Can Lead to Real-World Healing (Newsy)

5/21/2017: Special needs league puts kids on the same playing field (Pueblo Chieftan)

5/19/2017: Planning to Age in Place? Find a Contractor Now (New York Times)

5/19/2017: Study finds need for educating older adults on outdoor fall prevention (Science Daily)

5/17/2017: Go Baby Go: A Movement for Mobility (Arizona Daily Sun)

5/17/2017: Making a Difference: Go Baby Go! (Parenting Special Needs)

5/16/2017: Kids should get outside 3 hours every day, expert says & here's how to make it happen (Romper)

5/15/2017: Experts poke holes in claims that fidget spinners can treat ADHD (Yahoo! News)

5/15/2017: No two days alike for elite occupational therapist at Children's Hospital, Los Angeles (USC News)

5/14/2017: 'Boot Camp' Helps Alzheimer's, Dementia Caregivers Take Care of Themselves, Too (Kaiser Health News)

5/12/2017: Schools spinning on what to do with fidget spinners (WILX-TV NBC 10)

5/5/2017: Schools ban fidget spinner toy, except for therapy use, as craze sweeps NYC (DNA Info)

5/4/2017: What Occupational Therapy Can Do For Patients With Traumatic Brain Injuries (Mom Bloggers Club)

5/4/2017: I had a stroke at age 10 and was supposed to spend the rest of my life in a nursing home (Yahoo!)

5/4/2017: The dirty truth about your child’s backpack (KARE-TV NBC 11)

5/4/2017: Alzheimer’s: Breaking Through to Memory (WCSH-TV NBC 6)

5/3/2017: Kids love those fidget spinner toys. But are they a distraction? (The Washington Post)

5/2/2017: What are Fidget Spinners and Why Do Your Kids Want One? (Moneyish)

5/1/2017: Fidget toys touted as focus aids, but teachers see another distraction (Chicago Tribune)

4/30/2017: New fidget toy is all the rage, but some schools say ‘enough’ (Sentinel & Enterprise)

4/28/2017: Illinois dad walks again after crash left him paralyzed (ABC News)

4/28/2017: These are the best jobs of 2017 (Yahoo! Finance)

4/27/2017: The Best Jobs of 2017 (Career Cast)

4/26/2017: Best and Worst Shoes for Ankylosing Spondylitis (Everyday Health)

4/26/2017: 7 Tips for Driving with Ankylosing Spondylitis (Everyday Health)

4/26/2017: 5 in-demand entry-level jobs that pay over $60,000 a year (Yahoo! Finance)

4/26/2017: April is National Occupational Therapy Month (Waukon Standard)

4/26/2017: Video game helping patients rehab from stroke (WVIR-TV NBC 29)

4/26/2017: Occupational therapy boosts quality of life (Times-West Virginian – Associated Press)

4/24/2017: Kids, parents in search of fidget spinners: Do they help? (WTOP-AM)

4/23/2017: Home remedies for carpal tunnel that really work (Reader’s Digest)

4/23/2017: OT’s Work With Children Who Have Autism (Modern Mom)

: Helping patients take back their lives and independence with occupational therapy (KSFY-TV)

4/20/2017: Grasping the Need: Naval Hospital Bremerton Occupational Therapists Provide Handy Support (U.S. Navy)

4/20/2017: Why You Cannot See My Daughter’s Autism (The Huffington Post)

4/19/2017: Careers with the highest projected employment growth (Sioux City Journal)

4/19/2017: Occupational therapist spend birthday making travel accessible (EIN World News)

4/19/2017: April is Occupational Therapy Month: Suggestions to help manage chronic pain (Waukon Standard)

4/19/2017: Benefits of Sensory Play (The Mint Hill Times)

4/19/2017: Learning about occupational therapy (WPTZ-TV NBC 5)

4/18/2017: Occupational therapy’s role with productive aging (WERA-FM 96.7)

4/18/2017: Careers with the highest projected employment growth (The Missoulian)

4/16/2017: Ohioans on Medicaid warily watch D.C. debate (The Blade)

4/15/2017: Adaptive Power Wheels cars give children with disabilities unique opportunity (NBC 12, AZ)

4/15/2017: Magee Rehab's new facility dog makes even therapy fun (Philadelphia Inquirer)

4/14/2017: The future of jobs: More men doing 'women's work' (USA Today)

4/13/2017: Is it Gabe friendly? A push to make the city’s restaurants more accessible (Insider Louisville)

4/13/2017: Don’t worry, robots can’t do everything (Marketplace)

4/12/2017: Milligan students showcase occupational therapy projects (WCYB-TV)

4/11/2017: Occupational Therapy a Century Old (The Times-News)

4/11/2017: Occupational Therapy Celebrating 100th Anniversary (WCBCR Radio 1270 AM)

4/10/2017: Dr. Glen Gillen weighs in on 'Am I losing Ground?' (Stroke Connection)

4/10/2017: HMC's occupational therapy helps patients return to everyday life (The Gulf Times)

4/9/2017: Kearney lawyer stays positive after becoming quadriplegic (The Associated Press)

4/9/2017: Homeless shelter offers programs to guide residents to self-sufficiency (The Times-Reporter)

4/7/2017: Controlling Neuropathic Pain (Diabetes Self-Management)

4/7/2017: What My Autism Heroes Taught Me: A Pediatric Occupational Therapist's View (The Better India)

4/6/2017: Occupational therapy Ups Functioning in Frail Seniors (Health Day)

4/5/2017: Occupational therapist Karen Eustice was 'a pioneer woman' who defended the underdog (Omaha World-Herald)

4/3/2017: Pitt study: Hospital use reduced when caregivers are involved (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

3/31/2017: A great salary is just one benefit of becoming an occupational therapist (Metro)

3/28/2017: What is sensory processing disorder? (WCCO-TV CBS)

3/24/2017: Therapy student develops Parkinson disease program (Sidney Daily News)

3/23/2017: Toddlers get up and go in their own set of wheels (Deseret News)

3/23/2017: Digital-age students fall behind in handwriting skills (The Herald Sun)

3/19/2017: Babies, parents build skills On the Move (WRAL-TV)

3/12/2017: Occupational therapist presents alternative health options (The Record Eagle)

3/11/2017: 25 Must-Have Health Care Jobs of 2017 (MSN)

3/11/2017: Occupational therapy for addiction? Experts say it’s back (Minn Post)

3/11/2017: Centennial Celebration: Clifton Springs remembers therapy pioneers (Daily Messenger)

3/10/2017: Formerly conjoined twins closer to going home (FOX News)

3/10/2017: Pittsburgh therapist invents powerful hitting device (Biz Wire)

3/7/2017: Beauty blogger turns tragedy into triumph (The Doctors)

3/7/2017: Cursive handwriting is a life skill, improves learning (San Jose Mercury News)

3/1/2017: You see a man in a kilt; you don't see his searing pain (Kansas City Star)

2/28/2017: 7 Ways to Make Household Chores Easier with Rheumatoid Arthritis (Everyday Health)

2/28/2017: Dave Roberts wants workers' comp for stress, hand injury (San Diego Union-Tribune)

2/28/2017: Ex-supe’s injury claims: Handful to figure out (San Diego Union-Tribune)

2/27/2017: Day in the life of ambushed officer’s rehab (ABC News)

2/27/2017: 9-Tip Guide to Fatigue-Free Healthy Meal Prep (Everyday Health)

2/27/2017: Cursive still has role in communication (San Antonio Express-News)

2/24/2017: Therapist advises rehab at cancer diagnosis (Lincoln Journal-Star)

2/24/2017: Students in Michigan and Ohio retire to new homes (AP - St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

2/21/2017: After Wives Suffer Stroke, Husbands Adapt to Caregiving Role (Sioux City Journal)

2/20/2017: Crash victim takes first steps toward reclaiming her life (York Dispatch)

2/18/2017: Devices help stroke patients regain hand, arm functionality (Sioux City Journal)
2/17/2017: Managing ADHD: A Personal Story (Canadian Family Magazine)
2/9/2017: Preemies bombarded with noise in first weeks of life (Health Day)

2/7/2017: New 2017 Regulations Affecting Allied Healthcare Therapists (MedTravelers)

2/6/2017: 5 things parents can do to boost a child’s self-esteem (Business Insider)

2/5/2017: OT Issues with Children and Autism (ModernMom)

2/4/2017: Sheep Teaches World that Sensory Kids Aren't Being B-a-a-a-d! (Frederick News-Post)

2/2/2017: New York’s Fastest-Growing Jobs in 2017 (

2/1/2017: Statford Friends School to adopt new curriculum (

2/1/2017: 100 Best Jobs for 2017 (U.S. News & World Report)

2/1/2017: Best Health Care Jobs for 2017 (U.S. News & World Report)

1/31/2017: The housing crunch for older adults nears (Realtor Magazine)

1/29/2017: For years doctors wrongly diagnosed these strange episodes as panic attacks (The Washington Post)

1/29/2017: Returning to work after a stroke (Safety & Health Magazine)

1/29/2017: How to build resilience when living with MS (Everyday Health)

1/27/2017: 10 High-Paying Jobs Where You Can Help Other People (The Toledo Blade)

1/26/2017: How to make mealtime more enjoyable for picky eaters (KTSU-TV Fox 13)

1/24/2017: The best jobs in America for 2017 (Glassdoor)

1/23/2017: Artist with paralysis paints Trump with her mouth (Elite Daily)

1/18/2017: How to keep Mom & Dad safe for winter driving (The Cape Gazette)

1/17/2017: 5 Tips for Practicing Yoga with Arthritis (U.S. News & World Report)

1/13/2017: Those seeking health care assistant positions can expect a range of options (Houston Chronicle)

1/13/2017: Cities of the Old (Politico)

1/11/2017: Addicts at Birth: Ocean View’s ‘tik babies’ (MSN)

1/9/2017: 8 signs your child may need occupational therapy (

1/3/2017: Can America’s aging stay in their homes? (MSN)

1/1/2017: Man recovering a year after his wife was told to plan his funeral (WIFR-TV CBS 23)

1/1/2017: Occupational therapist creates dance class for kids with special needs (The Augusta Chronicle)



12/30/2016: Tips for creating a home for aging owners (The New York Times)

12/30/2016: Home renovation for the golden years (The New York Times)

12/29/2016: How to improve fine motor skills in toddlers (Reader’s Digest)

12/28/2016: Winnipeg woman learns to tango following stroke recovery (CBC Canada)

12/28/2016: Therapy dogs used for motivation, recovery (My Suburban Life)

12/23/2016: Amish boy gets unexpected help from twin after burns (Akron Beacon Journal)

12/23/2016: Occupational therapy can ease symptoms of ‘chemo brain’ (Minn Post)

12/22/2016: Occupational therapy may have potential to slow down functional decline (ScienMag)

12/20/2016: How to create a safe ‘aging-in-place’ home (The Oklahoman)

12/14/2016: Georgia two-year-old already a comeback kid (WAGA-TV Fox 5 Atlanta)

12/13/2016: Veteran who received life-changing double-arm transplant shows off progress (ABC News)

12/13/2016: 8 tips to ensure a happier, safer holiday for older guests (Yahoo! Finance)

12/13/2016: Lifelike dolls ease anxiety in nursing homes (The Gazette)

12/12/2016: How the International Spy Museum transformed for a day to welcome people with autism (The Washington Post)

12/9/2016: How to keep the holidays from overloading the senses of autistic children (The Dallas Morning News)

12/8/2016: Univ. of St. Augustine trains occupational therapy students to assist older drivers for Older Driver Safety Awareness Week (Yahoo! Finance)

12/5/2016: Sensitive Santas give special needs children a calm, quiet visit (The Kansas City Star)

12/5/2016: In Jordan hospital, mental trauma scars children blown apart by bombs (Reuters – AOL News)

12/5/2016: Younger stroke victims face unique challenges (CBS Philadelphia)

12/5/2016: Low vision therapy makes life more navigable (Lawrence World-Journal)

12/5/2016: Older Driver Awareness Week promotes safety (

12/4/2016: Weekend Warriors: Elite triathlete Sheri Branum also helps others re-learn to walk and run (ESPN)

12/4/2016: Poster child conquering obstacles (Odessa American)

12/2/2016: Reduce your holiday stress (KCRG-TV)

12/2/2016: Students design devices to help the disabled (San Diego Union-Tribune)

11/28/2016: For first native Hawaiian canoe paralympian, life is 'being extraordinary' (NBC News)

11/28/2016: Family gives thanks after son comes home from the hospital (ABC 13 Houston)

11/20/2016: Vets open business to teach adaptive driving (WUSA-TV CBS 9)

11/20/2016: Assess seniors' driving skills to protect their well-being (The Herald-Mail)

11/18/2016: Woman injured in car crash raises two children (WISN-TV ABC 12)

11/11/2016: 'Let's face it, keeping children sedentary for most of their waking hours is causing harm' (The Washington Post)

11/8/2016: Occupational therapists’ call to cut hospital admission (BBC)

11/8/2016: Why occupational therapists could be the answer to easing pressure on hospitals (Wales Online)

11/6/2016: Amid new polio-like cases, Bremerton teen struggles to recover from past outbreak (Seattle Times)

11/6/2016: Want a better chance to stay out of a nursing home? Modify your home (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

11/4/2016: New studies find links between quality of care and hospital readmissions (Provider Magazine)

11/3/2016: School across St. Louis learning how past trauma affects learning (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

11/2/2016: 22 Ways to Ease Your Heart Failure Symptoms (Everyday Health)

10/27/2016: 18 Steps to Fall Proofing Your Home (NCOA Blog)

10/25/2016: To learn about aging, college students move into retirement community (NPR Stateside)

10/23/2016: Rae Carruth’s son will be at prison gates (The Charlotte Observer)

10/21/2016: Musicians get hurt a lot: Paging Dr. Serap Bastepe-Gray (Johns Hopkins Magazine)

10/20/2016: Their first goal in rural N.C. was disaster relief. The other: Being the face of Islam in a red state (The Washington Post)

10/20/2016: 9 Bedtime Routines for Children that Actually Work (Romper)

10/16/2016: Chemo brain challenges cancer patients (Burlington Free Press)

10/12/2016: How crochet helped after traumatic brain injury (

10/12/2016: Can faith help cure PTSD? (San Diego Union-Tribune)

10/11/2016: This service dog is wowing the Internet with her impressive skills (CBS News)

10/11/2016: Hottest costumes of the Halloween season & tips for celebrating with autism (South Florida Sun-Sentinel)

10/10/2016: Proud to be from Pittsburgh: Kristan Mosley’s Therapy Farm (WXPI-TV)

10/5/2016: Veteran plans to get 'dream job' as chef after double arm transplant (Good Morning America)

10/5/2016: Huntington Beach quadruple amputee is now a makeup star on Instagram (Orange County Register)

10/5/2016: The public health crisis in mental illness (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel)

10/5/2016: How occupational therapy can help your RA symptoms (Everyday Health)

10/4/2016: With the cursive debate settled, teachers need to take action (

10/4/2016: NJ riding programs help improve health of those with special needs (

10/2/2016: Lymphedema can be issue for some after cancer surgery (Herald & Review)

9/30/2016: Crochet as occupational therapy (

9/23/2016: Older drivers make up fastest-growing segment of motorists (

9/20/2016: Backpack Awareness Day teaches kids and parents how to safely wear a backpack (WMAR-TV ABC 2)

9/20/2016: Ask Mr. Dad: Lightening the load of kids’ backpacks (Charlotte Observer)

9/15/2016: Parents @ Play: Backpacks & More (The Sacramento Bee)

9/12/2016: How to prevent falls at home (The Oklahoman)

9/8/2016: 12 Pain Relief Tips for Knee Osteoarthritis (Everyday Health)

9/5/2016: The arms belonged to someone else. Grueling work made them his own (The Boston Globe)

9/5/2016: Quinnipiac students will spend academic year with residents at assisted living facility (New Haven Register)

9/2/2016: How to choose the best backpack for your child (Consumer Affairs)

9/1/2016: 25 Fastest-Growing Jobs in America (USA Today)

8/31/2016: Police officer makes strides in recovery after being shot in line of duty (WFAA-TV KHOU-TV ABC 8)

8/31/2016: After cancer treatment, what next for survivors? (Philadelphia Inquirer)

8/30/2016: 5 High-Paying Jobs with Rising Salaries (Business Insider)

8/29/2016: Trouble sleeping? Listen to what your body is telling you (The Huffington Post)

8/27/2016: Michigan students to live among retirees for research (Detroit Free Press)

8/26/2016: This assisted living facility is designed to look like tiny houses on a golf course (Good Housekeeping)

8/25/2016: Buying backpack that won’t hurt kids’ backs (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

8/24/2016: Zion Harvey: Transplanted hands are “amazing” (CNN)

8/23/2016: Boy with double-hand transplant: "I feel happy, but I don't feel different" (Philadelphia Inquirer)

8/22/2016: Oh Great, Your Smartphone is Making You Physically Weaker (The Huffington Post)

8/21/2016: Backpack Safety 101 (BU Today)

8/19/2016: Car-buying tips for senior drivers (

8/19/2016: Backpack Awareness: Pack it Light, Wear it Right! (Star-Journal)

8/19/2016: Blue Cut fire: When natural disasters bring out the best in us (KPCC-FM)

8/15/2016: Think safety first when choosing, wearing backpacks (Chicago Tribune)

8/15/2016: Hacks can ease the trials of aging (The New York Times)

8/15/2016: When Children Are Diagnosed with a Sensory Disorder (The Wall Street Journal)

8/14/2016: Student overcomes brain tumor, aftermath (Augusta Chronicle)

8/12/2016: Patients have fun while rehabbing (Fremont Tribune)

8/11/2016: Do Backpacks Create Lifelong Structural Issues? (Goop)

8/11/2016: Iraq veteran draws on own struggle to heal others (Aerotech News)

8/9/2016: How to lighten the load of heavy school backpacks (The Miami Herald)

8/8/2016: How Pokémon GO is helping seniors recover from injuries (U.S. News & World Report)

8/8/2016: Study links Zika virus to joint problems in babies (USA Today)

8/8/2016: Get your bell rung? Don’t take it lightly (Aspen Times)

8/6/2016: Pushing elderly patients to keep moving (Modern Healthcare Magazine)

8/5/2016: ‘Out of the flames of hell’ (The Seattle Times)

8/4/2016: Injured Camp Pendleton man finds healing in woodworking (Stars and Stripes)

8/4/2016: How to wear backpacks the right way (WWL-TV)

8/1/2016: Putting together the Pieces: New Orleans doctors and therapists make autism navigable (Gabmit Weekly)

8/1/2016: Horseback therapy center offers benefits to individuals with speech needs (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)

8/1/2016: Could occupational therapy enhance your quality of life? (Harvard Health)

7/29/2016: Autism and learning to write (Autism Speaks)

7/28/2016: Healthbeat: Hippotherapy (KELO-TV)

7/26/2016: Backpack Shopping 101: Tips to Avoid a Pain in the Neck (Macaroni Kid)

7/26/2016: Once all but left for dead, is cursive writing making a comeback? (The Washington Post)

7/26/2016: 12 Assistive Devices for Psoriatic Arthritis (Everyday Health)

7/25/2016: Pack your child’s backpack like a pro (Tampa Bay Parenting)

7/25/2016: 7 Tips for Older Driver Safety (Yuma News Now)

7/23/2016: Program helps families ‘talk about driving’ with seniors (Reuters)

7/23/2016: Helping Maryland children eat – 1 Rice Krispie at a time (The Washington Times)

7/21/2016: Occupational therapists explore the serious side of play (The Birmingham Times)

7/21/2016: 10 Ways That Make Life With MS Easier (Everyday Health)

7/20/2016: Play time is therapy time (Florida Times-Union)

7/20/2016: Marine vet hurt in attack now helps others as UNC occupational therapy student (WNCN-TV CBS)

7/18/2016: 6 Tips for Hosting Outdoor Parties When You Have Arthritis (Everyday Health)

7/18/2016: Medical treatment on horseback used as therapy tool for children (Greer Today)

7/18/2016: With determination and right therapy plan, recovery is possible (Midland Daily News)

7/16/2016: Healing horses to move to a home of their own (Minneapolis Star-Tribune)

7/14/2016: Pokemon-Go helps Oklahoma occupational therapy patients with hand-eye coordination (KOCO-TV)

7/13/2016: Therapies give patients voice, help with movements (Bowling Green Daily News)

7/7/2016: Growing up with sensory processing disorder (FOX News Health)

7/6/2016: Not your average occupational therapist (The News & Observer)

7/6/2016: Aging in Place: How to Design a House That Will Fit Your Needs in the Future (Palm Beach Post)

7/5/2016: With hippotherapy, the horse provides the therapy (The New York Times)

7/5/2016: Making the Grade: National program focuses on handwriting skills (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

6/29/2016: The day an occupational therapist changed my life (The Guardian)

6/29/2016: “It’s like trying to stop a train”: Therapy providers want Medicaid rate cuts halted (Houston Press)

6/29/2016: Activities for babies: 6 to 12 months (Parents)

6/28/2016: Summer program at Quinnipiac University helps students with special needs gain life skills (New Haven Register)

6/27/2016: Changing attitudes, parents, help addicted babies thrive (Associated Press)

6/26/2016: Boy learns to walk again with help of therapy dogs (Akron Beacon Journal)

6/24/2016: Meet the man who’s redefining ‘disabled’ in Colombia (CNN)

6/24/2016: ECU students teaching driving skills to young adults with autism (WITN-TV NBC)

6/23/2016: Children with Autism go to the Movies on Their Own Terms (Mercury News Online)

6/22/2016People under 30 have way weaker grips than they did a few decades ago (NPR)

6/14/2016No Limits: Airman pushes past near-death experience (U.S. Air Force News)

6/14/2016Building a road map to help seniors stop or reduce driving (The Lincoln Journal-Star)

6/14/2016Teens lead in vehicle accidents, but seniors more vulnerable (The Washington Times-Reporter)

6/13/2016Teens with spinal injuries bolster recovery (The Baltimore Sun)

6/13/2016Digital disabilities - text neck, cellphone elbow - are painful and growing (The Washington Post)

6/13/2016Playhouse designed for kids of all abilities (Bethesda Magazine)

6/13/2016Millennials may be losing their grip (WAMU-AM)

6/11/2016Learning Way Out West (The Standard-Times)

6/8/2016Pro golfers see horse therapy at work (The Chicago Herald)

6/7/2016The government says kids need an hour of movement a day. Actually, they need a lot more.(The Washington Post)

6/6/2016Cancer Survivorship: STAR Program helps (WGHP-TV FOX 8)

6/6/2016Study: Exercising could help elderly with memory (KLTV-TV ABC 7)

6/5/2016Giving my son with sensory processing disorder the chance to thrive (Scary Mommy blog)

6/4/2016In Chinatown, Parkinson's Disease patients learn to cope (Philadelphia Inquirer)

6/3/2016Virtual reality can make independence for people with disabilities a reality (The Huffington Post)

6/3/2016Dramatic recovery through the power of acting (The Indy Star)

6/2/2016Let's Talk About Driving education program (WABI-TV)

6/1/2016My journey living with lymphedema (Arizona Republic)

6/1/2016: It shouldn't be so hard to carry out research in social care (The Guardian)

5/31/2016Ella's road to recovery with baking help (Derbyshire Times)

5/31/2016Free safety program aids senior drivers' comfort, mobility (Michigan Live)

5/30/2016In the driver's seat: Free program helps families with aging drivers (Maryville Daily Times)

5/28/2016Therapy helps children beat the odds against developmental disorders (Temple Daily Telegram)

5/27/2016New local program assists senior citizens with driving  (The Daily Press)

5/26/2016Parkinson's therapy program in Superior thinks big, gets loud (Hastings Tribune)

5/25/2016Grace Chapel hosts graduation for combat veterans healing from PTSD (Williamson Herald)

5/25/2016Does baking help mental health? The answer is more complicated than you think (Bustle)

5/24/2016Re-learning the guitar following a stroke (Delaware Online)

5/24/2016Teen with muscular dystrophy walks to receive high school diploma (ABC News)

5/23/2016Buying the best backpack for your back and your budget (Dollar Stretcher)

5/22/2016Solutions to the challenges of everyday life (Idaho State Journal)

5/21/2016Using yoga to heal after devastating loss (Los Angeles Times)

5/20/2016Yes, they can dance: Students with special needs crowd the ballroom (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

5/20/2016Choosing a career (Kern Valley Sun)

5/18/2016Stroke survivor shares recovery story (WAFB-TV CBS 9)

5/18/2016Remaining independent with home care (KING-TV NBC 5)

5/18/2016Why you need to celebrate ev-uh-ree-thing (The Good Men Project)

5/18/2016Plan ahead to keep drivers safe, independent on the road (KY Forward)

5/17/2016Occupational therapy: It's not an employment agency (Fort Morgan Times)

5/12/2016Doctors must lead us out of our opioid abuse epidemic (CNN)

5/12/2016Repairing wounded soldiers' sex lives (The Atlantic)

5/12/2016Don't ignore those gardening aches and pains (Cape Gazette)

5/10/2016Towson professors develop rehabilitation app (WBAL-TV NBC 11)

5/9/2016Occupational therapists advocate for patient choice for access to care (North Carolina Health News)

5/8/2016Short-term rehab gives Fremont woman hope, healing (WOWT-TV)

5/8/2016: Occupational therapy can help with chronic pain (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette)

5/8/2016: North Dakota families decry cuts to autism services (WCMH-TV NBC 4)

5/8/2016: Jessie has autism and can't speak, but he sure loves his words (The Daily Herald)

5/5/2016: Poor vision and dangerous falls plague many U.S. seniors (Health Day News)

5/4/2016: Occupational therapists work to improve lives (Nebraska City News-Press)

5/2/2016: The keys to surviving and thriving after a stroke (Palm Beach Post)

5/2/2016: You have to hand it to these occupational therapists (Abilene Reporter-News)

4/30/2016North Dakota families 'devastated' after losing waivers for autism services (Grand Forks Herald)

4/29/2016GoBabyGo! provides mobility for kids with disabilities (WXOW-TV ABC 19)

4/29/2016How occupational therapy can help you (Madison Park Times)

4/28/2016Occupational Therapy: Transforming lives, building independence (

4/27/2016Occupational therapy helps regain normal function (Lansing State Journal)

4/26/2016Adaptive play complex opens horizons for children with special needs (Houston Chronicle)

4/26/2016Patient grateful for lymphedema treatment (Mooresville Tribune)

4/25/2016Eye telescope helps Connecticut woman see life clearly again (The Bellingham Herald)

4/25/2016April is Occupational Therapy Month (The Daily Item)

4/24/2016Adapting your home for rheumatoid arthritis (Everyday Health)

4/24/2016Occupational therapists help child with autism spectrum disorder (The Dickinson Press)

4/24/2016Rehab program lets patients with dementia do what they enjoy (Philadelphia Inquirer)

4/21/2016Hendricks County farmer regains independence after back surgery, rehab (WTHR-TV NBC 13)

4/20/2016April is Occupational Therapy Month (Waukon Standard)

4/19/2016Adapting to the Future: Celebrating Occupational Therapy Month (WNEP-TV ABC 16)

4/18/2016After losing right arm, cake decorator re-learns talent to maintain career (The News & Observer)

4/17/2016Boy makes miracle recovery (

4/15/2016Occupational, hand therapy helps people of all ages (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

4/15/2016First-time mother regains independence despite sudden blindness (ABC News)

4/14/2016Occupational therapy for adults with cancer: Why it matters (The Oncologist)

4/13/2016How to prepare your child for preschool (Parents)

4/13/2016TheraPlay owner passionate about improving children's lives (Wichita Eagle)

4/12/2016His will is finding a way (The Canyon Courier)

4/12/2016Here are the 20 fastest growing jobs in America (Forbes)

4/10/2016After gunshot left artist paralyzed, she learn to paint with her mouth (Refinery 29)

4/8/2016Occupational therapy helps people live full lives (The Providence Journal)

3/31/2016Kids need an exercise plan, right? Wrong. Here's what kids really need (The Washington Post)

3/31/2016Occupational therapy airmen go above and beyond (Alaska Star)

3/29/2016Camp connects kids on the spectrum, wind-surfing (Florida Today)

3/28/2016The 50 Top-Paying Careers in Health Care (Yahoo! Finance)

3/23/2016CarFit program is a great resource for older driving adults (Miami Herald)

3/22/2016Naples business helps those with Parkinson's (Naples News)

3/22/2016Occupational therapists help improve lives (Oneida Dispatch)

3/22/2016Teen continues recovery with occupational therapy (KLBK-TV CBS 2)

3/21/2016Helping get your life back after cancer (Coping With Cancer Magazine)

3/20/2016Adapt-a-car Day helps kids just be kids (The Chronicle-Telegram)

3/18/2016Older adults buddy up with Amazon's Alexa (MarketWatch)

3/17/2016High school students create adaptive devices for hospital patients (NY 1 News)

3/16/2016Critically injured in December, runner on a comeback trail (Michigan Live)

3/15/2016How Alzheimer's caregivers use music to recover lost memories (Huffington Post)

3/14/2016Young girl on the move thanks to new wheels (Columbus Telegram)

3/8/20165 Ways to Make Your Car More Comfortable (Bankrate)

3/7/2016: Popular profession offers variety and flexibility to grow (Boston Herald)

3/6/2016Therapist takes mission trip to India (Sandusky Register)

2/29/2016How to Pay for Physical or Occupational Therapy (WebMD)

2/29/2016Tips to help seniors remain in their homes (Wichita Eagle)

2/29/2016Occupational therapy assistants help increase quality of life (Houston Chronicle)

2/26/2016Fitting wheelchairs for those in need inspires therapist (Pleasanton Weekly)

2/25/2016: Man's road to recovery after car accident (WDAY-TV)

2/22/2016: Therapists who help with the occupation of living (Democrat & Chronicle)

2/22/2016: How an occupational therapist can help you (Everyday Health)

2/21/2016: Strokes on the rise among younger adults (NPR)

2/21/2016: 6 Tips For Hosting Parties If You Have Arthritis (Everyday Health)

2/19/2016: A look at careers with the highest projected employment growth (WTOP-FM)

2/18/2016: Hospital opens new center for premature babies (Houston Chronicle)

2/17/2016: How to talk to people with Alzheimer's (Pocono Daily Record)

2/16/2016: Learning to drive (safely) again after a stroke (Bangor Daily News)

2/16/2016: Pregnant mom relieves paralysis from Guillain-Barre amid Zika scare (The Today Show)

2/16/2016: Children's therapy unit celebrates 50 years of hope, possibilities (The News-Tribune)

2/8/2016: New UT therapy clinic to carry on late student's life goal (The Commercial Appeal)

2/2/2016: Misdiagnosed with dementia, professor fights to overcome struggles (Deseret News)

2/1/2016: OT: The Misunderstood Therapy (Provider Magazine)

2/1/2016: Assistive devices for rheumatoid arthritis (Everyday Health)

1/31/2016: How to talk to people with Alzheimer's (Philadelphia Inquirer)

1/30/2016: Occupational therapy helps cancer survivors live life to its fullest (Coping With Cancer)

1/30/2016: Power in Motion: NCHS students help kids gain mobility (The Pantagraph)

1/30/2016: Poor diet, smoking contribute to increase in young stroke patients (Austin-American Statesman)

1/28/2016: Try this to lighten your kids' backpacks ("Better Life" with Dr. Sanjay Gupta)

1/28/2016: Driving rehabilitation program helps put Wounded Warriors on road to recovery (

1/27/2016: The Best Health Care Support Jobs of 2016 (OTA is No. 1) (U.S. News & World Report)

1/27/2016: The 25 Best Jobs of 2016 (OT is No. 17) (U.S. News & World Report)

1/21/2016: Winter weather walking: How to safely get around in snow, ice (Science Daily)

1/20/2016: Following Up: Occupational Therapist Shortage (WNYC/NPR)

1/19/2016: Report reveals 10 most in-demand jobs in Chicago for 2016 (WMAQ-TV NBC 5)

1/19/2016: Therapy dog helps patients recover from stroke (WBAL-TV NBC 11)

1/18/2016: 5 Moves to Keep Your Desk Job From Killing You (

1/13/2016New Year's Resolutions for Seniors (WFLA-TV)

1/12/2016Not a game: Screen aims to help patients speed up recovery (Omaha World-Herald)

1/11/2016Ellen, Shutterfly honor occupational therapist (The Ellen Show)

1/3/2016What gun violence looks like (Cincinnati Enquirer)



12/28/2015Occupational therapy has patient playing her cards right again (The Sentinel)

12/27/2015Recovering from stroke? 9 people who will help you heal (Everyday Health)

12/26/2015'If he keeps improving, I see only good' (The Seattle Times)

12/25/2015Mercy Medical helps Cedar Falls teen drive with hand controls (The Gazette)

12/22/2015The role of occupational therapists (Long Term Living)

12/18/2015Tips to help manage a weakened immune system (WebMD)

12/17/2015: 'A godsend': Meet the occupational therapist who changes Al Roker's son's life (The Today Show, NBC)

12/10/2015: Senators introduce act to help correct occupational therapy discrepancy in home health setting (Rehab Management)

12/10/2015: Staying active with arthritis (Yahoo! News)

12/10/2015: Woman is first in state to use bionic eye to restore sight (The Oklahoman)

12/7/2015: Older Driver Safety Awareness Week seeks to empower seniors (

12/5/2015: The 19 hottest jobs in 2016 (MSN Money)

12/4/2015: Therapists help patient pop the question (Lincoln Journal Star)

11/29/2015: Occupational therapy program using rugby to help children thrive (The Huffington Post)

11/29/2015: Uncovering the early signs of autism (MSN)

11/27/2015: Home care program aims to cut hospital re-admission rates (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

11/26/2015: West Fargo swim coach takes amputation recovery in stride (Inforum)

11/22/2015: Seniors fitted for safe driving through CarFit (San Francisco Chronicle)

11/20/2015: Boot camp for the brain (Today Show)

11/14/2015: Putting a Giant back together: How Jason Pierre-Paul got back to football (Sports Illustrated)

11/9/2015: Does your child have sensory processing disorder? (U.S. News & World Report)

11/7/2015: First of its kind playground opens for people with all abilities (WCSC-TV CBS 5)

11/4/2015: My OT and I: How occupational therapists achieve the impossible (The Guardian)

11/4/2015: Best jobs for people with rheumatoid arthritis (Everyday Health)

10/26/2015What therapists can teach about feeding picky kids (U.S. News & World Report)

10/25/2015Falls can destroy seniors' self confidence (Chattanooga Times Free Press)

10/22/2015Inside students' heavy backpacks, why it's too much and how to help (CNN Health)

10/19/2015Hands hurting? Blame your phone (Dallas Morning News)

10/15/2015Easy Come! Easy Go! Easy Everything in Between! (Rehab Management)

10/10/2015New Lyme disease center at Spaulding treats lingering symptoms (Boston Globe)

10/9/20157 Natural Ways to Ease Carpal Tunnel Pain (Everyday Health)

10/9/2015: How does play impact intellectual development? (WXXI-AM News)

10/7/2015Age-in-place housing provides homes for life (The Examiner)

10/6/2015Steering holder helps man with immobile hand to drive (Bangalore Mirror)

10/4/201560 for 50: NH Grandmother Runs 60 marathons in 50 states (Valley News)

10/2/2015Road to stroke recovery goes through rehab (Tallahassee Democrat)

10/2/2015Are we writing off cursive? (Richmond Family Magazine)

10/1/20157 Habits That Are Bad For Your Joints (Everyday Health)

9/30/2015Clinic keeps cancer patients active (Florida Today)

9/28/2015No longer 'frightened of food': Good Shepherd program helping kids with eating issues (The Morning Call)

9/27/2015Trunk Therapy: How Elephants are Helping Kids with Autism in Thailand (NBC News)

9/25/2015What to do about tendon injuries in the hand (Industrial Safety & Hygiene News)

9/24/2015Aging gracefully (WTVA-TV)

9/22/2015Fall prevention starts with letting go (Carroll County Times)

9/21/2015How today's preschools are actually harming your kids (MSN)

9/15/2015How a child should properly carry a backpack (WJLA-TV ABC 7)

9/15/2015'Never Give Up' is good advice for stroke victims (Chicago Tribune)

9/15/2015Can surfing reprogram the veteran's brain? (

9/15/2015Desk yoga poses for inner peace (Yoga Journal)

9/14/20157 jobs that will grow the most by 2019 graduation (

9/13/2015Kids' backpacks shouldn't weigh them down (Las Vegas Review Journal)

9/10/2015Halloween tips for kids with sensory issues (Parents)

9/10/2015The new normal: Occupational therapy assistants help patients return to day-to-day activities (Chicago Tribune)

9/9/2015Stroke: What you need to know (Third Age)

9/9/2015Top Teacher: Pam Reddick Collins (WTVM-TV ABC 9)

9/7/2015: Silicon Valley's 91-year-old designer (BBC)

9/5/2015: Team of health care professionals help in stroke recovery (The Lamar Ledger)

9/5/2015: More about OT (Modern Mom)

9/3/2015: Tips to lighten backpacks for school (Everyday Health)

9/1/2015: Helping a hero to heal (U.S. Army)

9/1/2015: The decline of play in preschoolers (The Washington Post)

9/1/2015: Why kids' backpacks are harming their health (Yahoo! Parenting)

9/1/2015: Diabetes and fall risk (Third Age)

8/31/2015: Your kid's gigantic backpack is a health risk (TIME)

8/30/2015: Camp for career-minded kids (The Courier-Journal)

8/27/2015: Therapy is for helping patients, not the nursing home (The Wall Street Journal)

8/27/2015: The ex-champ and his champion (USA Today)

8/27/2015: Helping the brain work the body (The Chronicle)

8/27/2015: Boy leaves hospital with new hands (NBC News)

8/24/2015: The weighty issues of backpacks (Pocono Record)

8/21/2015: Is your backpack causing chronic pain? (Everyday Health)

8/20/2015: Backpack buying guide: From sporty to fashionable (and packs for mom, too) (Today Show)

8/18/2015: Driving safety: The effects of lower extremity impairment (Lower Extremity Review)

8/13/2015: Pet program brings healing smiles to hospital (Houston Chronicle)

8/13/2015: Psoriatic arthritis tips from physical and occupational therapists (Everyday Health)

8/13/2015: Choosing the best backpack for your child (Oregon Live)

8/13/2015Pet program brings smiles to hospital (Houston Chronicle)

8/11/2015Lexi's run with rehabilitation proves anything is possible (KMVT-TV)

8/6/2015Buying backpacks that won't hurt kids' backs (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

8/6/2015Robotic arm gives strength to stroke survivors (WCSC-TV)

8/4/2015What Picky Eating Might Mean For Children Later On (The Wall Street Journal)

8/3/2015Fashion-able: Innovators tackle clothing challenges for those with disabilities (CNN)

7/31/2015What I learned in rehab (Knoxville News-Sentinel)

7/29/2015First double-hand transplant on child performed on Owings Mills boy (The Baltimore Sun)

7/29/2015Preparing your child for the first day of school (The Huffington Post)

7/24/2015Career profile: Occupational Therapist (The Baltimore Sun)

7/23/2015Can Autism Be Detected Just Days After Birth? (RadioMD)

7/23/2015New tool helps kids with ADHD improve concentration (The Des Moines Register)

7/22/2015The 13 Most Meaningful Jobs in America (Business Insider)

7/22/2015: Handicap ramp gives veteran a chance to venture outside his home (Dover Post)

7/18/2015Woman, 37, dances to recovery after stroke (Bismark Tribune)

7/15/2015Moving aging parents into your home (Consumer Reports)

7/13/2015Therapist passionate about volunteering, giving back to others (WHNT-TV)

7/13/2015Adam's Camp Alaska: Helping Kids with Autism (KTVA-TV)

7/6/2015Grad plans to offer therapy with a smile (NWI Times)

7/1/2015: Preemies at high risk of autism don't show typical signs of disorder in early infancy (WUSTL News)

6/25/2015Writing program gives seniors sense of purpose (

6/25/2015Pediatric therapy for struggling students (KSFY-TV)

6/16/2015: Living With the Invisible Symptoms of MS (Everyday Health)

6/15/2015: Benefits of Occupational Therapy for People with MS (Everyday Health

6/8/2015: Occupational Therapy for Ankylosing Spondylitis (Everyday Health)

6/4/2015Iraq war veteran to launch yoga sessions (

6/3/2015CarFit helps drivers have safer, more comfortable driving experience (Michigan Live)

6/1/2015: Robotic arm helps retired dentist navigate ALS (The Charlotte Observer)

5/31/2015Kailyn's spirit: Skier works to overcome injury (The Denver Post)

5/31/2015After neck injury, softball star vows to play again (The Worcester Telegram & Gazette)

5/31/2015How to handle head injuries (Parents)

5/31/2015Mature drivers get a refresher course to stay safe behind the wheel (Global News)

5/28/2015'Surf Therapy' and Being in the Ocean Can Alleviate PTSD (Psychology Today)

5/28/2015Products make it easier to get older (The Detroit News)

5/27/2015: Touro students invent devices for people with disabilities (Las Vegas Sun)

5/23/2015: Disabled veterans learn to golf again (KGW-TV)

5/22/2015: REBOOT program offers combat recovery (U.S. Army)

5/20/2015: Optimizing stroke survivors' quality of life (Today's Geriatric Magazine)

5/17/2015: Rusk staff helps paralyzed teen keep prom date (Columbia Tribune)

5/15/2015: Wii video game console is 'one of the tools in our toolbox' for Mayo occupational therapist (Florida Times-Union)

5/15/2015: Grad ready to take on career (Amarillo Globe-News)

5/15/2015: Animal-assisted therapy helps child navigate TBI (Daily Megabyte)

5/11/2015Husband of occupational therapy patient set to graduate UW's OT program (WISC-TV)

5/7/2015Therapy program helping premature babies (WOAI-TV)

5/4/2015Adaptive devices can ease the drive, ride for seniors (

4/30/2015What do occupational therapists really do? (Everyday Health)

4/28/2015Bay Path University uses realistic apartment to teach occupational therapy (

4/25/2015Therapy key to overcoming strokes (The Sauk Prairie Eagle)

4/24/2015How can occupational therapy help you? (Everyday Health)

4/16/2015Video game developed at USC lets patients play their way through rehab (USC News)

4/16/2015Occupational therapists deliver economic impact to Nashville (The Nashville Globe)

4/12/2015: Recognizing those who help people live fuller lives during Occupational Therapy Month (WGNO-TV)

4/5/2015Back from the brink: OT's observation saves teen's life (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

4/3/20158 Makeup Tricks for Women with Arthritis (Everyday Health)

3/28/2015Home is 'retuned' to help singing couple as they age (The Oklahoman)

3/20/2015Kean students create class for cooks with special needs (

3/18/2015Early rehab efforts critical in stroke recovery (Chicago Tribune)

3/18/2015Dementia strikes 1 in 5 families (Arizona Republic)

3/11/2015Program helps seniors find perfect vehicle fit (

3/10/2015Do your aging parents need more help? (Grand Forks Herald)

3/4/2015A Home Fit Remodeling Project: Getting Started (AARP the Magazine)

2/27/2015'Age is not a barrier': Tech designer, 91, lands dream job in Silicon Valley (Today Show)

2/25/2015Three men receive mind-controlled bionic hands (CBS News)

2/25/2015Don't let health issues threaten retirement independence (MarketWatch)

2/25/2015Helping seniors become more self-reliant (Science Daily)

2/20/2015How to help stroke survivors (Newsday)

2/18/2015New York City schools see a sharp increase in occupational therapy cases (New York Times)

2/17/2015Workers take a stand for better health (Duluth News Tribune)

2/14/2015Not a nursing home, and that's all that matters for Oklahoma woman (The Oklahoman)

2/11/2015The road to recovery starts with therapy (Chicago Tribune)

2/5/2015Double hand transplant pioneer: 5 years with someone else's hands, man triumphs (Penn Live)

2/4/2015How schools ruined recess - and four things to fix it (The Washington Post)

1/29/2015Children with autism find a welcome at 'Makes Sense' store (The Buffalo News)

1/19/2015At 90, she's designing tech for aging baby boomers (NPR)

1/15/2015: Re-entering the workforce with a chronic condition (Healthline News)

1/14/2015Here are the best jobs in the United States (

1/13/2015Study: Health care, business among top options for Americans changing careers (CNN Money)

1/13/2015: A school aide to the disabled sues New York City (New York Times)

1/9/2015Don't let this office injury ruin your life (Refinery 29)

1/5/2015Program lets veterans train assistance dogs (Albuquerque Journal)

1/5/2015At Kindering, toddler play has a purpose (The Seattle Times)

1/2/2015How to design a house that will meet your future needs (New Home Source)



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

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

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

12/17/2014Life after spinal cord injury (

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

11/14/20145 Ways to Make Cities More Walkable (NPR)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

10/16/20145 Halloween Tips for Parents of Kids With Autism (Mother Nature Network)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

9/4/20149-Tip Guide to Fatigue-Free Healthy Meal Prep (Everyday Health)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

7/28/201421 Energy-Saving Tips to Ease Life With Chronic Illness (Everyday Health)

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

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

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

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

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

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

7/8/20146 Signs of a Good Occupational Therapist (Parents)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

4/29/20147 Steps to Making Your Home More MS-Friendly (Everyday Health)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1/23/2014Ranking 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 (

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

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

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



12/16/2013WCBS-AM recognizes pediatric occupational therapist with Women's Achievement Award (WCBS-AM, NY)

12/16/2013Rehabilitation Helps Older Drivers Keep Their Keys (AOL Autos)

12/13/2013An Alternative to Giving Up the Car Keys (The New York Times)

12/5/2013Therapists working with older drivers to increase safety awareness (WDAF-TV, Fox 4, Kansas City)

12/4/2013As baby boomers age, driving becomes a concern (WTOP-AM, Washington, DC)

12/3/2013The Best Health Care Jobs of 2013 (CareerCast)

12/3/2013Video games and the autism spectrum (

1/27/20132 years after crash, victim thankful to return home (USA Today)

11/26/2013Patients gain independence at hospital's movie set center (WTOP-AM, Washington, DC)

11/25/2013: Time for Thanks: Mark Kirk (TIME)

11/24/2013: Hot Jobs: Occupational therapist assists patients' recovery (Indy Star)

11/21/2013: Zipping up Under Armour (Poughkeepsie Journal)

11/14/2013Lexi and Her Road to Recovery (WDAY-TV, ABC 6, Denver)

11/14/2013Doctors Raise Red Flag: Children should Avoid Using Tablets (CBS News)

11/10/2013Frankfort hand therapist boasts rare certification (Joliet Herald-News)

11/3/2013Islip offers golf to kids with autism (Newsday)

10/31/2013CAPABLE: Helping Elders Age In Place (The Marc Steiner Show, WEAA, Baltimore)

10/31/2013Preemies in private NICU rooms later show lower language scores, study finds (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

10/29/2013Program helps seniors stay safe on the roads (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

10/25/2013Population changes up demand for occupational therapists (Houston Chronicle)

10/24/2013Habilitation is among new Obamacare benefits (The Pew Charitable Trusts Stateline)

10/23/2013Do you know the 3 types of child bullying? (Savvy Auntie)

10/22/2013Not all health care careers require a medical degree (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

10/20/2013Kids & Technology (Poughkeepsie Journal)

10/18/2013AARP and volunteers work to keep older people independent as they age (Tampa Bay Times)

10/16/2013Driving tips from a war zone (MSN Money)

10/16/2013Boston bombing survivors making strides (The Today Show)

10/10/2013: Occupational therapists help kids overcome obstacles in schools (The Region Reporter)

10/3/2013To help meet demand, Creighton offers online hybrid of occupational therapy program (Omaha Daily-Herald)

10/1/2013AOTA's annual Hill Day sees 750 OT practitioners lobby Congress (Rehab Management)

9/25/2013Working back from a stroke - at 4 years old (Chicago Tribune)

9/18/2013: Why Choosing the Right Purse is Important (Senior Spot Chicago)

9/17/2013New technology helps older drivers keep the keys longer (Reuters)

9/8/2013University of Oklahoma student in wheelchair enjoying life in dorm (The Oklahoman)

9/8/2013Baby's First Year Matters (Psychology Today)

9/6/2013For some with Alzheimer's, occupational therapy can bring welcome relief (U.S. News & World Report)

9/2/2013Stroke may be striking at a younger age (Medicine Net)

9/2/2013More teens report pain from heavy backpacks (The Today Show)

9/1/2013Program hopes to accomodate demographic tsunami of seniors (CBS Evening News)

8/23/2013Mission Made Possible (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

8/22/2013Healthy travel with rheumatoid arthritis (Lifescript)

8/19/2013: At Work With: Joe Hromisin, certified hand therapist (The Virginian-Pilot)

8/5/2013Sensory-friendly "Peter Pan and Wendy" is fun for autistic kids, too (The Washington Post

7/27/2013: Health Beat: Minnesota therapist tackling ‘chemo-brain’ for cancer patients (The Star-Tribune, Minneapolis-St. Paul)

7/26/2013: Audio: I want to be an occupational therapist (The Local Job Network)

7/24/2013: How to choose a backpack for your child (The Washington Post)

7/24/2013: Trampolines helping people with autism reach new heights (KIMA-TV, CBS 29)

7/22/2013: Marathon victims get help making homes accessible (Boston Globe)

7/12/2013: How much do you know about occupational therapy? (Cancer Treatment Centers of America)

7/9/2013: 5 Ways to Keep Kids Happy While Traveling (Macaroni Kid Travel)

7/9/2013: “Mommy Thumb” pains parents (ABC 7, Chicago)

7/8/2013: Fixing up seniors’ homes to help them age in place (Kansas City Star)

7/4/2013: Low Vision? See how these tips can help (Newsday)

7/3/2013: Tips for celebrating the Fourth with a child with autism (The Washington Post

6/30/2013: Program helps disabled get back behind the wheel (The Star-Telegram)

6/28/2013: The caregivers guide to summer travel (The Huffington Post)

6/27/2013: Get Ready for the Fourth with 5 Easy Tips for Kids with Special Needs from a Pediatric Occupational Therapist (El Paso Times)

6/24/2013: AOTA reacts to recommendations for reforming outpatient therapy services (Rehab Management)

6/24/2013: Building Better Play, Episode 5 (AOL Parenting)

6/19/2013: Graduations can be a real handful (Los Angeles Times)

6/18/2013: AOTA forum discusses OT’s role in primary care (Rehab Management)

6/13/2013: Colorado signs state OT licensure bill (BioPortfolio)

6/12/2013: 5 Healthy Habits to Curb Childhood Obesity (Savvy Auntie)

6/9/2013: Partners in Healing: Caregivers become confidantes as Marathon survivors heal (The Boston Globe)

6/8/2013: Helping parents cope with their child’s sensory processing disorder (Charlotte Observer

6/7/2013: Occupational therapists help patients recover, achieve better quality of life (Houston Chronicle)

6/5/2013: Home-based rehab for seniors improves quality of life, saves money (Wall Street Journal)

5/28/2013: Metronome therapy helps retrain young brains (WTHR-TV, NBC 13, Indianapolis)

5/27/2013: All Play and No Work, Kids' Occupational Therapy Uses Toys, Games (The Herald-Bulletin, Indiana)

5/27/2013: A Hero's Best Friend: Dogs help wounded warriors recover (WTOP-News, Washington, DC)

5/24/2013: Tackling New Tech in the Golden Years (NPR's "Talk of the Nation")

5/21/2013: Face-chewing victim continues recovery in Miami (Huffington Post)

5/19/2013: Injured by swinging backboard, woman aims to walk again (Omaha World-Herald)

5/16/2013: Letter to the Editor: High school graduates encouraged to pursue occupational therapy (The Baltimore Sun)

5/15/2013: Marathon bomb victims adjust to a ‘different normal’ (U.S. News on NBC News)

5/14/2013: With a dream on hold, bombing victim remains optimistic (WBUR News, Boston’s NPR station)

5/13/2013: Rehab equipment gets patients back on track (The Naperville Sun)

5/10/2013: Shopping for an Arthritis-Friendly Car (Arthritis Today)

5/8/2013: Bombing  survivor taking big steps toward recovery (New England Cable News)

5/7/2013: Surviving the Bombing: Roseann Sdoia’s story (WGBH News, Boston

5/7/2013: Therapy dogs help students relax during finals (WTNH-TV)

5/6/2013: Cell phones being used in stroke rehabilitation (

5/5/2013: Motor vehicle crashes: A little-known risk to returning veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan (The Washington Post)

4/29/2013: Occupational therapy creates large impact with small victories (The Quincy Herald-Whig)

4/26/2013: Where are all the male OTs? (Health Matters)

4/9/2013: Six Great Toys for Children With Autism (Parade)

4/10/2013: 'Stronger, better, tougher’: Giffords improves, but she'll never be the same (CNN)

4/5/2013: Kids Who Feel Too Much (Parents Magazine)

3/31/2013: Easter Bunnies Bring Healing (Chicago Tribune)

2/25/2013: Separating Growing Pains From Warning Signs (Wall Street Journal)

2/19/2013: Newton shooter Lanza had sensory processing disorder (ABC News)

2/11/2013: 10 Jobs with a high starting salary (CBS Chicago)

2/5/2013: No hands, no legs: Amputee vets heal battle scars with yoga (WTOP-AM, Washington, DC)

2/4/2013: Occupational therapists help patients overcome limits (The Sentinel)

2/4/2013: Man recovers from near-fatal injuries after crane collapse (Gannett Wisconsin Media)

1/30/2013: Caregiving 101: Dealing with dementia (The Courier-Journal)

1/28/2013: How to Improve Your Child's Handwriting (Parents)

1/24/2013: NICU infant massage is hands-on therapy (WKRC-TV, Cincinnati)

1/23/2013: 5 Easy Bedtime Tips for Nieces & Nephews (Savvy Auntie)

1/23/2013: Woodbury therapist and therapy dog visit Reed School (Voices News, Connecticut)

1/23/2013: Working for the Underdog: BU professor wants to change treatment of severely mentally ill (Boston University Law Review)

1/19/2013: ‘Mail to the Chief’: Students send letters to the President (Boston Globe)

1/19/2013: Patients can use ‘The Spot’ to help them get behind the wheel (The Herald-Mail)

1/16/2013: Note-taking from an occupational therapist's perspective (

1/16/2013: Can children outgrow autism? (The Examiner)

1/14/2013: Why does my child act up for no reason? (FOX, Los Angeles)

1/13/2013: It's My Job: Paige Gover, occupational therapist (Fayetteville Observer)

1/10/2013: Seniors & Driving: Three Stories, Three Outcomes (Minnesota Medicine)

1/10/2013: Piano man still: Music still moves Ragtime Festival founder even after three fingers disfigured (Chicago Tribune)

1/4/2013: A job with 2% unemployment (CNN Money)

1/2/2013: How occupational therapists influence LTC design decisions (Long-Term Living)

1/2/2013: Family uses breakthrough autism treatment (UTV 44, NBC 15, Mobile, Ala.)

1/1/2013: Health Care & Aging: Fields of Opportunity (The Valley Advocate)

1/1/2013: Sensory Play: Hands-On Toddler Fun (Washington Parent)

12/31/2012: Decatur man gets ‘bionic hand’ after accident (AP/Times Free-Press)

12/26/2012: Specialized occupational therapy focuses on children with sensory issues (The Record)



12/24/2012: Triple amputee and occupational therapist form bond of brothers during soldier's recovery (The Washington Post)

12/22/2012: Arkansas man recovers from traumatic brain injury (KTVU-TV)

12/21/2012: Seven affordable gadgets can make seniors safer drivers (The Sun-Sentinel)

12/15/2012: Living beyond disability (The Florida Times-Union)

12/13/2012: Miracle in Aurora: Young musician recovers after shot to the head (Rock Center with Brian Williams)

12/12/2012: Sensory therapy can help children overcome development issues (KTIV-TV, NBC 4; Sioux City, Iowa)

12/12/2012: 1-Year-Old Birthday Gift Ideas (Parents)

12/11/2012: You've survived the storm, now to deal with the snow (WCSH-TV, NBC 6, Portland, Maine)

12/10/2012: A pediatric occupational therapist’s favorite toys (Parents)

12/9/2012: Health groups turn focus to prevention of seniors’ slips, falls (Rockford Register-Star)

12/4/2012: Resources for making homes senior-friendly (The Huffington Post)

12/3/2012: Job market predictions for 2013 and beyond (U.S. News & World Report)

12/3/2012: 8-year-old Living with Williams Syndrome (WABI-TV, CBS 5)

12/2/2012: Modifications let children with disabilities operate toys (The Columbus Dispatch)

11/29/2012: Imagination Stage to host sensory-friendly performance of 'Seussical' (The Washington Post)

11/29/2012: Triple amputee takes to the Beltway to relearn driving (WTOP-FM, Washington, DC)

11/28/2012: Generation Y Back Pain: Millennials’ Technology Habits May Put Them at an Increased Risk (The Huffington Post)

11/28/2012: Special holiday gifts fill their needs (The Chicago Tribune)

11/27/2012: Teacher finds exercise balls improve student focus (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

11/27/2012: Yoga may help stroke survivors improve balance (WHBQ-TV, Fox 13, Memphis)

11/26/2012: Learning to Accept, and Master, a $110,000 Mechanical Arm (The New York Times)

11/24/2012: Hopkins program aims to keep elderly at home (The Baltimore Sun)

11/23/2012: 8 Questions to Ask Yourself When Buying Holiday Toys (Newsday)

11/22/2012: Tips for picking the best toys this season (The Buffalo News)

11/21/2012: Family finds reason to be thankful (WHEC-TV, Rochester, NY)

11/19/2012: Living in the Spectrum: The Cost of Care (WXOW-TV, ABC 19, Wisconsin)

11/19/2012: West Nile Patient Learns to Walk Again

11/16/2012: Danger zones in the home: Safety hazards for the elderly

11/15/2012: Medics fight to save troops with horrific injuries

11/13/2012: Assessing elderly drivers: Ability means more than age

11/12/2012: Top 10 Occupations Hiring the Most Right Now

11/12/2012: Nigerian teen getting new arms after attack

11/12/2012: Friend’s war injury inspires occupational therapist to create home for wounded vets

11/12/2012: Playing with Parkinson’s

11/11/2012: Assistive technology for seniors in the home

11/11/2012: Renda wins 2012 Remodelers Homes for Life award

11/11/2012: Injured Cedar Rapids sailor is sailing through recovery

11/8/2012: Home health visitors lend a helping hand

11/7/2012: CarFit helps ensure that seniors and their vehicles are fit to drive

11/7/2012: Mission opens new center to help visually impaired, blind

11/6/2012: Fast-growing jobs that don’t require a 4-year college degree

11/5/2012: Untreated finger injuries can cause a lifetime of problems

11/5/2012: 5 mistakes parents make when helping toddlers with skills

11/2/2012: Providing parents of kids with autism a place to begin

11/2/2012: Summit focuses on risks facing older drivers

11/2/2012: Woman sets Thanksgiving as rehabilitation goal

11/1/2012: Warrior Transition Brigades helping soldiers succeed

11/1/2012: 10 technologies for mature drivers

11/1/2012: Occupational therapy helps man get back to living life despite neurological disorder

10/31/2012: Falls threaten quality of life and financial security of seniors

10/31/2012: The road to recovery: Kevin Lewis’ hand surgery

10/31/2012: Should your senior still be driving?

10/29/2012: CNN Money and’s Best 100 jobs in America

10/29/2012: The rewards of a career as an occupational therapist

10/15/2012: Legionnaires’ survivor loses limbs, aims to prevent deadly disease (video)

10/13/2012: Some older drivers will need help to stay on the road

10/12/2012: Feeding disorders program attracts young patients from across the country

10/12/2012: AJOT study: Classroom yoga helps improve behavior of kids with autism

10/9/2012: Too Old to Drive? Tips for Families of Elderly Drivers (3 videos on NBC Nightly News)

10/9/2012: Lake Charles man learns to use hand after yard accident (video)

10/8/2012: Rehab system helps seniors get back on their feet (video)

10/8/2012: NICU reunion celebrates young patients' resilience

10/8/2012: Kids with autism ride wave of achievement

10/6/2012: Survivor of "internal decapitation": "I'm ready to take on the world"

10/6/2012: In Singapore, 300 more occupational therapists needed by 2020

10/4/2012: Local boy, 5, with autism finds help through occupational therapy

10/4/2012: Dog training program a win-win for Wounded Warriors, dogs

10/4/2012: Keeping RA, OA & PA of the hands at bay

10/4/2012: Simple tips to avoid trips and falls

10/1/2012: What You Need to Know About Bariatric Mobility Equipment (Can Occupational Therapy Change Your Life?)

9/30/2012: After returning home, many veterans get into vehicle accidents

9/27/2012: CarFit helps senior drivers get equipped

9/26/2012: Today’s Interview: CarFit program

9/23/2012: Brooklyn college student battles back

9/23/2012: Falls aren’t just an issue for the elderly

9/23/2012: Choosing a fall handbag (tips from an OT)

9/20/2012: Living with Lyphedema: Lyons determined to succeed

9/18/2012: One battle in the war on health-insurer insensitivity

9/12/2012: Choose the right purse for your back and shoulders

9/12/2012: Tiny telescope implant in eye offers big impact for macular degeneration patients

9/10/2012: A twist in the driving debate

9/10/2012: Triple-amputee veteran gets 'smart' home on September 11

9/10/2012: Tips for helping kids with autism enjoy Halloween

9/9/2012: Horses and healing

9/8/2012: Therapists turn to Wii Golf to treat patients

9/6/2012: iPods the next generation in autism aid

9/5/2012: Office noises can sap your concentration

9/4/2012: On the Job with Heidi Ricks

9/3/2012: Ukrainian orphan treated for severe burns in Boston, may walk again

8/26/2012: Shooting victim undergoes occupational therapy (photo gallery)

8/15/2012: Community, donors come together to save Camp Escapades

8/26/2012: AOTA member excited to begin career with internship

8/24/2012: Older drivers—and their families—face a dilemma

8/22/2012: Keeping teens safe on the road

8/22/2012: How baby-driven robots could help children with disabilities

8/21/2012: Kids' Computer Chairs

8/19/2012: Sound-based therapy helping kids with developmental disabilities

8/9/2012: When temper tantrums are something more

8/9/2012: Auto Anxiety: Some returning veterans struggle with driving

8/9/2012: When temper tantrums are something more

8/6/2012: Wounded soldier back in Altavista

8/5/2012: For wounded troops, outings are a chance to heal

8/1/2012: How to pick a backpack for your child

7/26/2012: Yoga can help stroke patients

7/26/2012: Jack Jablonski is proving them wrong

7/25/2012: Austinite competes to be a paralympian

7/25/2012: Medicaid restrictions thus far seen as a bitter pill for patients, providers

7/17/2012: How You Walk Might Indicate Alzheimer’s

7/16/2012: The 20 Best-Paying Jobs for Women in 2012

7/16/2012: Occupational therapy provides driver evaluation and training

7/16/2012: Pursuing an Active Life With Arthritis

7/14/2012: Patients heal through gardening

7/13/2012: Why Falling is a Risk No Matter Your Age

7/12/2012: What your running shoes and automobile have in common

7/10/2012: Combination of medicine and therapy can help students with attention deficit disorder

7/9/2012: How to Become an Occupational Therapist

7/5/2012: Chevrolet Equinox offers advantages of universal design

7/4/2012: Modify Your Movements for Fibromyalgia Relief

7/3/2012: Occupational therapy-based martial arts program gives kids with special needs confidence

7/1/2012: Loss of Hand Movement? Try This Technology

6/30/2012: The Big Picture: A Mother's Vision for Her Son

6/29/2012: South Carolina mom makes progress against flesh-eating bacteria

6/29/2012: How Four Leadership Programs Thrive

6/28/2012: WTB occupational therapist’s ‘Boots on the Ground’ training boosts confidence

6/28/2012: Back on track

6/26/2012: One-fifth of nursing home residents fall in first month

6/25/2012: Therapy in a multisensory environment, a room that soothes

6/22/2012: Vancouver camp for kids with autism, other sensory disorders, is back on thanks to moms

6/21/2012: Looking for variety at work? Try occupational therapy

6/20/2012: Armed for therapy; Baptist’s new rehab tool helps upper body

6/19/2012: Designing for the future helps boomers stay put 6/17/2012: Cursive slowly scribbled out of NJ curriculums

6/14/2012: Radio interview: AOTA President-elect on Occupational Therapy

6/14/2012: A special woman for special kids

6/13/2012: How to help an aging parent

6/11/2012: 10 occupations in high demand

6/11/2012: A Creative Writing Lesson

6/11/2012: Great Play: A Fun Way to Teach Kids Motor Skills

6/8/2012: The Best and Worst Master's Degrees for Jobs

6/4/2012: Making Peace With Fibromyalgia

6/3/2012: Grayer drivers, more traffic crashes? Perhaps not.

5/30/2012: Therapy not complete without some ‘home’ work

5/29/2012: Could iPod Apps Help Relieve Mental Illness?

5/28/2012: Local occupational therapist lends a hand to Korean colleagues

5/28/2012: New autism testing reveals breakthrough

5/26/2012: Driving course aimed at helping seniors drive safely

5/26/2012: WWRC helps teens, adults learn the freedom of driving

5/25/2012: Senior Talk: How occupational therapy can assist older drivers

5/25/2012: Program for Disabled Riders Tightens Rules

5/23/2012: Burn victim graduates with MBA

5/21/2012: Recovery was a series of steps…that began with small strides

5/18/2012: A Brave Young Woman's Heroic Journey (OT Student honored by The Ellen Degeneres Show)

5/16/2012: Early rehab paves road to recovery for stroke patient

5/16/2012: Head Lag - Neck and Muscle Weakness - May be Sign of Autism in 6-Month-Olds

5/15/2012: A Brave Young Woman's Heroic Journey (OT student honored by The Ellen Degeneres Show)

5/12/2012: Stroke centers help patients recover day-to-day skills

5/10/2012: A schoolwide ‘Movement’

5/10/2012: Your Baby’s Developing Grip

5/9/2012: Wrists overworked? Take regular breaks — and ice the pain

5/9/2012: Gardening therapy at Rancho Los Amigos

5/9/2012: University of South Alabama professor conducts potty training survey

5/6/2012: For seniors, plenty of ways to extend drive time

5/4/2012: Programs at VA Palo Alto helping treat PTSD

5/1/2012: Florence Clark Shines in National Spotlight

5/1/2012: The Unsung Heroes of South Africa's HIV and AIDS War

4/29/2012: Event aims to ease senior drivers' woes

4/29/2012: Former POW Jessica Lynch speaks at AOTA's 92nd Annual Conference & Expo in Indianapolis

4/28/2012: Toddler begins eating after treatment at West Bloomfield children's clinic

4/26/2012: 4 Qualities That Make a Good Job Great

4/25/2012: In Sickness & in Health

4/25/2012: Annual Conference Focuses on Keeping Older Drivers Safe

4/24/2012: Returning troops have more auto accidents

4/23/2012: Tips for a Safe Gardening Workout.

4/21/2012: TBI clinic takes individual approach to care

4/21/2012: More soldiers diagnosed with TBI

4/22/2012: One-of-a-kind center gives hope to children born without upper limbs

4/22/2012: Video: Home Safety and Fall Prevention for Older Adults

4/20/2012: Boy shot in head makes remarkable recovery

4/6/2012: Sensory Fun

4/19/2012: At son's side 'is where I'm meant to be'

4/12/2012: Home Sweet Home: Many Want to Age in Place

4/10/2012: Best and Worst Jobs of 2012

4/10/2012: Occupational therapy eases the work of living

4/7/2012: After amputation, Tim DeHaven vows: "I'll run again

4/7/2012: The courage to get better in Brookfield

4/4/2012: April is Occupational Therapy Month

4/4/2012: Army at forefront of rehabilitation intervention

4/4/2012: Sensory Processing Disorder: Fad or Fact?

4/2/2012: 14 Gadgets to Relieve Fibromyalgia Pain

4/1/2012:Transportation Holds the Key to Successful Aging in Place

3/29/2012: 7 Ways to Manage Everyday Activities…When You Have Osteoarthritis Knee Pain

3/22/2012: 'Thankful for life,' tornado mom on comeback trail

3/22/2012: Tornado Mom: Don't take a moment for granted

3/16/2012: Putting the smarts into smartphones

3/15/2012: Therapists can help older people with low vision

3/12/2012: U.S. News & World Report: Top Occupational Therapy Grad Schools

3/5/2012: Therapy Tricks and Tips for Kids with Special Needs

3/1/2012: 'I Can We Can' makes therapy fun

2/29/2012: Covington remodel accommodates disabilities

2/29/2012: Safer Over 70: Drivers Keep the Keys

2/27/2012: U.S. News & World Report: The Best Jobs of 2012

2/22/2012: Helping soldiers with PTSD

2/19/2012: Hand strength can be an indicator of your health

2/20/2012: Study aims to keep seniors safe at home

2/15/2012: Aches and pains in your neck? Blame your iPad

2/12/2012: New clinic provides occupational therapy for kids

2/11/2012: Escondido Marine stays upbeat despite toll from roadside bomb

2/9/2012: Make tummy time a fun time

2/7/2012: Beware 'tsunami' of senior drivers

2/6/2012: Is it Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

2/3/2012: Classrooms trade in chairs for a well-rounded experience

2/2/2012: The Top 25 Fast-Growth Shows of 2011

1/30/2012: Study: Returning soldiers may struggle adjusting to civilian roadways

1/30/2012: Thinking outside the classroom

1/29/2012: A Day in Sergeant Alexander's Recovery From War

1/10/2012: Back from war, fear and danger fill driver's seat

1/8/2112: Therapy jobs in high demand



12/28/11: Providing comfort to soldiers with brain injuries

12/23/2011: Train ornaments help patients rebound

12/19/2011: Safe Driving Strategies for Osteoarthritis

12/18/2011: New stroke therapy shows promise in kids

12/17/2011: Wounded warrior's new fight

12/17/2011: Christmas comes early for young brain cancer survivor

12/12/11: Lighten the Way: Occupational Therapists Fight Obesity

12/10/2011: Still skilled behind the wheel?

12/2/2011: Martinez boy run over by car in June makes 'miraculous recovery'

12/1/2011: University of Pittsburgh, AAA fit cars to senior drivers' needs

11/30/2011: When Rehab is Cut – You Hurt Too

11/27/2011: The iPad has become a therapy tool

11/15/11: An Inside Look at Brain Injury Therapy

11/11/2011: Rehabilitating Wounded Warriors

10/28/2011: Preparing a Child With Sensory Issues for Halloween

10/12/2011: Augusta Health Open House Highlights Importance of Occupational Therapy

10/10/2011: Breast cancer drives woman to live life to the fullest

9/27/11: Case Study: Targeting the Right Market, by Inc. Magazine October issue.

8/2/11: Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' Road to Recovery Includes Stop on House Floor

7/25/11: Boston University is launching a study, led by Dr. Karen Jacobs, this fall to explore iPads as ergonomical learning tools.

7/18/11: OT students at the University of Missouri help janitors do their jobs in a way that's less physically stressful

7/18/11: Washington University Assistant Professor Susan Stark explains a new study that shows people with early stage Alzheimer's have a higher risk of falling

7/18/11: New website by pediatric occupational therapist Aviva Weiss gives kids a chance to design their own clothes

7/18/11: Assistant professor at USC's Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Lisa Aziz-Zadeh explains the source of empathy in the brain

7/17/11: Carol Haertlein Sells, a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee professor of occupational therapy, recently finished a two-year stint in the Army where she helped set up an OT doctoral program

7/15/11: The Army focuses on concussion. Soldiers now get treated for brain injuries in the field.

6/28/11: The University of Louisiana is developing an online occupational therapy program to meet the state's healthcare and work-force needs.

6/28/11: Love flip flop? OT Karen Jacobs gives advice on preventing achy feet.

6/27/11: OT Christina Frazier runs the "Write Stuff" handwriting program for children ages 5-12

6/27/11: OT Charles E. Gallagher helps students with autism and other challenges how meditation can ease anxiety.

6/25/11: Youngest Loser competition helps children fight obesity.

6/25/11: Website Road Runner links to AJOT article on "Health Literacy in Occupational Therapy Practice and Research,"

6/24/11: AOTA President Florence Clark, lead author of the Well Elderly 2 study, explains the benefits of OT intervention in older people to

6/24/11: Long waits keep San Francisco therapy patients waiting for care.

6/21/11: OT transforms theater for film-goers with Autism, after reading an article AOTA posted about a similar movie theater in Vancouver.

6/15/11: OT Katya Feder explains how handwriting engages different brain circuits than keyboarding.

6/11/11: News Oklahoma reports on boomers aging in place with the help of home builders and occupational therapists

6/8/11: USC Well Elderly 2 study (See links below):

6/8:11: The Atlantic Journal Constitution ran an article on WellStar Cobb Hospital uses a garden in occupational therapy.

6/3/11: Mack Ivy, OTR, MOT, helps terminal patients engage in meaningful activities in Manvel News Feed article.

5/30/11: OT Marc Samuels on San Francisco, CA KGO-TV about his program that helps veterans with PTSD.

5/23/11: OT Professor Karen Jacobs explains how posture plays a part in today's tech world on the Boston Globe.

5/19/11: Des Moines Register's coverage of a CarFit Event with nice pictures.

5/18/11: Photo essay on Reuters on OT Carly Rogers and her Surf Therapy.

5/17/11: Scientific American blog cites AJOT Article on childhood play.

5/16/11: NPR spoke with OT Sarina Piergrossi, Clinical Manager, Brain Injury Program, Kessler Institute for Brain Rehabilitation.

5/11/11: WTOP, the #1 radio station in the Washington, D.C. market, reported on the new Walter Reed located in Bethesda. OT was mentioned throughout the series.

5/2/11: El Paso Times article on Occupational Therapy: Still a Mystery to Many.

4/27/11: New York Times article, "Case for Cursive" quotes AOTA's own Sandy Schefkind!

4/20/11: also ranked OT as one of the top ten least stressful jobs!

4/19/11: The Milford Daily News on What is an Occupational Therapist

4/19/11: MSNBC article on Occupational therapy's role in the rehabilitation of Emily Fennell, a California woman who received a hand transplant

4/19/11: CBS News article on What's Next for Emily Fennel's Hand Transplant.

4/7/11: Fort Drum Mountaineer Health and Wellness article on OT Chief Wins Army Medical Award.

4/5/11: An article in the Charlotte Observer about the rehabilitation of Rep. Gabriel Giffords describes occupational therapy as the one that "most concretely prepares a patient for release."

2/26/11: AOTA's Laurel Radley talks about the value of Wii games in the lives of seniors.

2/18/11: Dr. Karen Jacobs interviewed by TechNewsDaily in an article on technology use and injury prevention.

2/13/11: Wall Street Journal article that heavily quotes Dr. Karen Jacobs about why some occupations cause injuries to workers.

2/10/11: Aging in Place featured on HGTVPro, with an OT working with a builder working together.

1/24/11: The stories below reference how occupational therapy will aid Rep. Gifford's recovery.