Wondering how OT practitioners can have BETTER results with their clients that have had a stroke? Learn about the 10 principles of neuroplasticity (& FREE printable) to help you stay on track and get better results! | SeniorsFlourish.com #occupationaltherapy #OT #homehealthOT #SNFOT #neuroOT #OTtreatmentideas

Neuroplasticity After Stroke: Use the Research to Get Better Results in OT

Mandy Chamberlain MOTR/L Education & Tips for Independent Living, Podcasts 4 Comments

Neuroplasticity, strokes and occupational therapy go together like peanut butter and jelly. They all need each other to help maximize the outcomes and occupational performance of our patients (or in the case of the sandwich, just taste delicious ????). Crystal Cabrera MS OTR/L and Certified Stroke Rehab Specialist shares the research on how to step up our games as occupational …

How #OT practitioners can use intensity and repetition in task based practice to increase the motor function after a person has a stroke. Tips for how to do it, options for technology to assist us and when should we get started | Seniorsflourish.com #occupationaltherapy #SNFOT #geriatricOT #homehealthOT #OTtreatmentideas

Repetition & Intensity to Increase Motor Function After Stroke

Mandy Chamberlain MOTR/L Podcasts 2 Comments

Occupational therapy practitioners are continuously looking for ways to maximize the potential of their clients that have had a stroke. But what does the research say? Lauren Sheehan OTD, OTR/L & Lauren Souders OTR/L, CBIS dig into the intensity and repetition for task based practice in order to increase the motor function after a person has a stroke. Tips for …

Great ideas and easy ways to integrate mCIMT into your #OT practice - especially when working with our patients that have had a stroke. Plus FREE pdf printout of all the items used in the clinic | SeniorsFlourish.com #occupationaltherapy #homehealthOT #neuroOT #occupationaltherapist #occuapationaltherapyassistant

Using Modified Constraint Induced Movement Therapy With Patients That Had a CVA

Mandy Chamberlain MOTR/L Education & Tips for Independent Living 2 Comments

Using the evidence to start a modified constraint induced movement therapy (mCIMT) program in your occupational therapy practice doesn’t have to be hard or involve lots of equipment. Listen in to Lauren Walker MOT, OTR/L talk about how her team did this to produce better outcomes for her patients who experienced a stroke. Subscribe here on: iTunes or Stitcher Resources from the Show: …