Does any of this sound familiar as an OT practitioner?
You feel stagnant, need new treatment interventions and are always scouring Pinterest and Google for ideas?
You want to integrate more research and evidence into your clinical skills, but don't know where to start?
You wish you knew more treatment interventions for specific diagnoses, but don't have time to do the research?
You are looking for like minded and motivated OT practitioners that want to grow in their practice, collaborate and disrupt the norm?
Let me introduce myself...
My name is Mandy Chamberlain, an occupational therapist and the founder of Seniors Flourish.
Over the years working with thousands of fellow OT practitioners through my clinical experience, Seniors Flourish and the Learning Lab membership site, I have found that we all share a common goal - we want to be the best OT practitioners we can be, and need resources to help with this.
I was recently chatting with a practitioner that was looking to get more creative with a difficult patient and was looking for ways to work on fine motor from a more occupation based perspective - theraputty just wasn't cutting it.
I shared this cheat sheet with her so she could print it off and refer to it when feeling stuck and needing inspiration.
It occured to me that I could also to also help you think outside the box, get client centered and get out of those "treatment ruts."
Yea for freebies! 🙂