Here’s an interesting infograph on how toilet training has changed over the years.
Reposting from a parent of a child with special needs…
Please visit Occupational Therapy International website for a chance to read the following articles for free.
Stroke and Occupational Therapy
Task-specific training: evidence for and translation to clinical practice
Isobel J. Hubbard, Mark W. Parsons, Cheryl Neilson, Leeanne M. Carey
Post-stroke fatigue: qualitative study of three focus groups
Nancy A. Flinn, Jan E. Stube
A review of bilateral training for upper extremity hemiparesis
Mary Ellen Stoykov, Daniel M. Corcos
Description of a return-to-work occupational therapy programme for stroke rehabilitation in Singapore
Mei Leng Chan
The impact of stroke: insights from patients in Taiwan
Ya-Chen Lee, Yi-Miau Chen, I-Ping Hsueh, Yen-Ho Wang, Ching-Lin Hsieh
Relationship of Cognitive and Perceptual Abilities to Functional Independence in Adults Who Have Had a Stroke
Ted Brown, Jennifer Mapleston, Allison Nairn, Andrew Molloy
*link goes directly to full article due to recent publication date
Effects of robotic-aided rehabilitation on recovery of upper extremity function in chronic stroke: a single case study
Nancy A. Flinn, Jennifer L. Smith, Christopher J. Tripp, Matthew W. White
The International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) is launching a web-based teaching and educational resource on 4th September. The Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) e-learning will specifically address the current lack of professional development opportunities for health professionals involved in SCI management.
Elearnsci.org is to be launched during the International Spinal Cord Society’s 51st Annual Scientific Meeting in London on 4th September 2012. The website is presently under construction but all will be able to access the website free of charge after its launch.
For more information, visit http://www.iscos.org.uk/elearning.