International Fieldwork: At a Crossroads
Occupational Therapy / Social Justice

International Fieldwork: At a Crossroads

I attended the AOTA (American Occupational Therapy Association) Conference in Baltimore last Thursday, which was my first AOTA Conference experience. It was invigorating to see and hear from many OTs interested in topics that I too am interested in, like international and cross-cultural work, social justice, community-based practices, and work with underserved populations like refugees etc. … Continue reading

Guatemala / Occupational Therapy / OT Without Borders / Social Justice

Occupational Therapy in Guatemala and Nicaragua

Ryan was my housemate in Guatemala for the NAPA-OT Field School last summer. He completed this video as part of a project/scholarship he was involved in and discusses what he saw and learned from volunteering as an OT student in Guatemala and Nicaragua. Ryan is pretty incredible – he just passed the NBCOT exam, is … Continue reading