We’ve blogged before on AOTA’s podcasts and how you can use them for education on consumer health topics. For those not in the know, AOTA is releasing a new podcast every month which you can download to share with current or potential clients.
For 2009, these are the following podcasts available (in MP3 format) for download on the AOTA website.
- Fall Prevention (January 2009) by Liz Peterson, clinical associate professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Lynn Beattie, vice president of injury prevention at the National Council on Aging.
- Low Vision (February 2009) by Mary Warren, an occupational therapist and Director of the Graduate Certificate in Low Vision Rehabilitation at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and Linda Goodwin, an occupational therapist and an instructor in the Graduate Certificate program.
- Brain Injury (March 2009) by Dr. Gordon Giles, a professor of occupational therapy at Samuel Merritt University, and Shawn Phipps, president of the Occupational Therapy Association of California.
- Autism (April 2009) by Ellen Harrington-Kane, OT, MS, HSM, assistant vice president of autism and medical rehabilitation at Easter Seals, and Janie Scott, MA, OT/L, FAOTA, an occupational therapy and aging-in-place consultant and lecturer at Towson University.
You can also dig in the podcast archive and see if you have missed out on any important topic. Click here to access the list of podcasts available for download.