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Tuesday Tidbits: Inspirational Stories

Published April 30, 2008 8:13 AM by Wendy Hof

Today's tidbits are links to something we all need to be reminded of from time to time. When you work with children you quickly come to learn that with all the goals met and challenges overcome from time to time you also come across the case that ends up breaking your heart. We don't give up though - we keep teaching and coaching and trying to make a difference in the lives of the children we work with. Today I share with you some inspirational stories to honor the end of occupational therapy month and to remind us all why we are still in this field ... enjoy ....


"Soon to be a Butterfly" by Beth Larson, Phd, OTR

"Julia speaks with her eyes" by Joyce Saban, Phd, OTR, BCN, FAOTA

"Hello, can I help you?" by Jacqueline Goldberg

Occupational therapy helps people rebuild their lives

"Kelley's story - getting back on her feet" by Ariel Lewiton

The Brooke Ellison Story - by Brooke & Jean Ellison

One bead at a time - from Common Hope website


Hope you enjoyed a few of these stories and may you find the inspiration you need to continue to grow and bloom in the pediatric occupational therapy field.

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