Monthly Archives: January 2012

OT and Urban Design

An article this morning in Acedeme Today discussed the work of Richard Jackson. Formerly of the CDC, Dr. Jackson’s current work focuses on urban design as a way to support health. The article states: In recent months, Dr. Jackson has … Continue reading

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OT: Helping people “tinker” to improve their health and well-being

By way of a post yesterday, my friend Susan, introduced me to a research group called The Institute for the Future. The range of their work is fascinating and will definitely take some time to explore and more fully consider. However, … Continue reading

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Reflecting on 2011

New Year’s Meme 1. What did you do in 2011 that you’d never done before? Planted herbs, worked with hospice on behalf of my grandmother, supervised a student’s thesis 2. Did you keep your 2011 resolutions, and will you make … Continue reading

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