Earlier this month, we hosted two Drake Doctoral Occupational Therapy Students. Nolan generously shared about his experience:
"Hello FIND readers! My name is Nolan Barth and I am a first year Occupational Therapy student completing my pediatric fieldwork experience at Easter Seals Iowa. As part of my experience I was exposed to the numerous resources and the positive impact Easter Seals provides Iowans. I had many great experiences this week such as observing the implementation of…Continue
Added by Kim Karwal on March 28, 2018 at 8:29am — No Comments
Earlier this month, we hosted two Drake Occupational Therapy students at Easter Seals Iowa through their fieldwork experience. This week and next, we will feature their experiences on FIND:
"My name is Emily Mock. I am a first-year Occupational Therapy student at Drake University. I am completing one of my week-long fieldwork experiences at Easter Seals with my classmate Nolan.
I had the best time at Easter Seals this week for my pediatric fieldwork experience! I loved being…Continue
Added by Kim Karwal on March 21, 2018 at 9:03am — No Comments
Rooted Rights is taking entries until the end of March for Storyteller Videos: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeSmJlXYeTqpuc1i7mCze6nZ4ZhZvD472TJH5h2oluy8yINHg/viewform.
Rooted in Rights produces videos and social media campaigns exclusively on disability rights issues. If your entry is selected, you may be eligible for assistance with script writing and filming…Continue
Added by Kim Karwal on March 15, 2018 at 8:31am — No Comments
Playing ball can be altered by adding sound, texture, or size. The Easter Seals Iowa Assistive Technology Program Lending Library has a variety of balls of all different textures, sizes, and sounds. Sound may enhance an individual’s ability to recognize the location of a ball.
Two examples of balls that utilize sound are below.
Beeper Ball (AT4all # 161840) is bright yellow in color, coated foam texture, and makes a high-pitched beep that…Continue
Added by Kim Karwal on March 6, 2018 at 2:43pm — No Comments