Technology: Friend or Foe?

I’m a millennial, the last generation to experience life before the internet, but that doesn’t mean we’re immune to technology addiction, and neither are our parents, grandparents, and children. Technology has become a normal part of our daily lives. All […]

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Why Don’t More Police Know About Autism?

In today’s world, we’ve (finally) begun to have in-depth conversations about the realities of police brutality and racism. We’ve become flooded with information, from history lessons we never knew to personal stories in real-time. You can’t scroll down a social […]

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Person-First or Identity-First?

One of the very first things we learned when I was in my first semester of OTA school was to use “person-first” language rather than “identity-first” when referring to our patients. We were told that to use “identity-first” (identifying a […]

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