Cognitive Stimulation Therapy

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that by 2060, there will be about 14 million Americans living with dementia, which is not part of normal aging but caused by a number of conditions including Alzheimer’s disease, vascular disorders, and neurological problems. Cognitive Stimulation Therapy is here as an intervention. Cognitive Stimulation Therapy […]

Self-Advocacy Leads to Better Health & Well-Being

Patient Self-Advocacy In Healthcare

Self-advocacy is often a phrase that may be misunderstood and certainly underappreciated when it comes to managing your own health and well-being.  It is a practice that can be learned by anyone.  An added benefit is that there is evidence showing when you learn how to self-advocate and practice it, you can improve your quality […]

Physical Activity As An Occupation

Physical Activity

Did you know physical activity is a main occupation for all human beings?  It just happens to fall under a larger umbrella “occupation” known as Health Management.  On a daily basis, we engage in many activities aimed at developing, managing, and maintaining health and well-being routines in order to support being able to participate in […]

Occupational Therapy, Technology, Healthcare Access and Telehealth


As we close out a month of celebrating Occupational Therapy 2020 during the COVID 19 crisis, we want to take time to reflect on some of the positive changes this unprecedented event has ushered in.  For the past 6-8 weeks, life has been something very different for all of us.  We have been told to […]