Just like that, we’re at the end of the year. This year has been a really big one for me yet, it feels like it’s gone by in the blink of an eye and I feel as though I haven’t appreciated it as much as I should have. Recently, I’ll be honest, my mental health… Continue reading Georgia the Occupational Therapist or Just Georgia?
Category: Occupational Therapy
Exploring my Disabled Activism as a Meaningful Occupation
Last week I attended the BAMEOTUK Symposium, and I loved every minute! Although I am a white person I did relate to a lot of what the speakers were saying about activism. This made me think about my activism and activism as a meaningful occupation. I’ve been wanting to write this blog for a while… Continue reading Exploring my Disabled Activism as a Meaningful Occupation
A Year Into Being an OT With CP
It’s been a while, at one point I was debating if they’d be a blog at all this month! The thought of not posting a blog for more than a month does not sit well with me. Therefore I thought why do not a general life update seen as it’s a year since I finished… Continue reading A Year Into Being an OT With CP
How My Ambitions Have Changed Since Qualifying
Happy Occupational Therapy Month (well it’s more predominant in the US but we’re going to go with it for the sake of the blog). Anyway, let’s get onto it… For Occupational Therapy Month I wanted to talk about my views of occupational therapy and how this has changed, not just since qualifying but in recent… Continue reading How My Ambitions Have Changed Since Qualifying
Going for Non-traditional Jobs Post-qualifying
Some of you may know that at the beginning of last month I started my first job post-qualifying, in fact, my first job ever!! It’s so great to finally be in the working world! My new job is a non-traditional role at the University of Huddersfield my official title is Clinical Demonstrator. I know, I’m… Continue reading Going for Non-traditional Jobs Post-qualifying
Why Does My Online Presence and My Clinical Practice Feel So Different?
Regardless of who we are and what we do, we all have different levels of confidence online than what we do in clinical practice. Yet, in this blog, I wanted to discuss the pressure that I put on myself in practice because I am so vocal online. Now, I feel extremely lucky that NSTP has… Continue reading Why Does My Online Presence and My Clinical Practice Feel So Different?
Tips and Tricks for Healthcare Bloggers
I’ve had my blog for 3 Years now, and over the years I’ve had a lot of questions from occupational therapists and other healthcare professionals about tips for starting a blog. I’ll always help out in any way that I can. Yet, I’m still learning the ropes of blogging myself and I learn something new… Continue reading Tips and Tricks for Healthcare Bloggers
3 Years of Not So Terrible Palsy
Happy New Year! I hope you had a wonderful holiday and a big shout out to those who have been working through the festive period. With the arrival of the New Year, NSTP gets a year older. It’s been a very organic growth, it wasn’t planned, it’s just the way it happened. I wanted to… Continue reading 3 Years of Not So Terrible Palsy
The Significant Impact That The Occupational Therapy Show 2021 Has Had on Me
As I’m beginning to write this post, it’s been a few days since I was at the NEC in Birmingham, and I am still on quite a high from The Occupational Therapy Show. I cannot wait to get into this blog, and ‘re-live’ the experience. Like many of us, I have had a lot… Continue reading The Significant Impact That The Occupational Therapy Show 2021 Has Had on Me
Graduating as an Occupational Therapist With Cerebral Palsy
Hey up, it’s been a while! A rather casual entry this week, but this is an blog after all and therefore, this weeks post is going to be exactly that. Not a story about an ableist experience for me to pick apart but a reflection of graduation day, so that I can look back on… Continue reading Graduating as an Occupational Therapist With Cerebral Palsy