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Preventing Falls for People with Intellectual Disability (ID)

blog.thearc.org - Falls can cause injuries that make it hard to live as independently as possible. Equally important, many people who fall once develop a fear of falling. This fear may cause them to be inactive, whi...

ADA Discimination Complaint Form

ada.gov - Please complete this form. Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required. State * AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKans...

The Science of Resilience

Shared by Ira Socol

gse.harvard.edu - When confronted with the fallout of childhood trauma, why do some children adapt and overcome, while others bear lifelong scars that flatten their potential? A growing body of evidence points to on...

drawing

Shared by Ira Socol

britishmuseum.org - The most common type of Museum number begins with the year of acquisition. The database standardises these numbers in the form, for example: 1887,0708.2427 (year: comma: block of four numbers - usu...

5 Autism Simulations to Help You Experience Sensory Overload

mashable.com - Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) describes a complex group of brain development disorders characterized by difficulties in social interaction, communication and behavior. Often diagnosed at a young a...

Joaquim Faias

Occupational Therapy to the bone; Music to feed the soul; Beer to the senses; MacUser since 1987; Sporting CP as my cross; Father as religion.

Editor's note

This daily journal is automatically generated from occupational therapists' posts in the social media and from all around the world. Some (a lot) may be contributions of Occupational Therapy related posts or of interest to the field.

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An Artist with Amnesia

newyorker.com - Using a pencil and a ruler, Lonni Sue Johnson lovingly traced a blue line across a sheet of graph paper. Skipping down four rows, she drew another line; she repeated this process until she got to t...

Memories May Not Live in Neurons’ Synapses

Shared by Ira Socol

scientificamerican.com - As intangible as they may seem, memories have a firm biological basis. According to textbook neuroscience, they form when neighboring brain cells send chemical communications across the synapses, o...

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Author of Nudge says ever more choice can be confusing. So let’s concentrate on choosing well | Cass Sunstein

Shared by Wendy Bryant

theguardian.com - All over the world, taxis have installed credit card touchscreens, which makes three possible tips visible and simple for customers to select with a quick “touch”. In New York City, the suggested a...

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Teachable Instant: Indiana's 'religious freedom' law

Shared by Ira Socol

morningsidecenter.org - Share with students the following information, or ask them to read it.   On March 26, 2015, Governor Mike Pence of Indiana signed into law the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The law protects th...

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