Act FAST for Stroke

Before National Stroke Awareness Month comes to an end, make sure you know this easy-to-remember tool to determine if someone might be having a stroke.  Just remember to act FAST! Share your knowledge with those you care about and help empower more people with the...

Faces of Stroke

To enhance awareness during National Stroke Awareness Month, the National Stroke Association launched the “Faces of Stroke” public awareness campaign in 2011 aimed at showing the personal side of stroke while educating about lifesaving stroke information. ...

iPads and OT Education

Occupational Therapy practitioners have been utilizing iPads in intervention strategies to address cognition, visual perception, motor coordination, handwriting, and other impairments.  The benefits of an iPad are especially useful for students with special needs for...

Music Therapy Program Releases CD

Music Therapy patients at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt have partnered with Nashville community artists, musicians, producers, engineers, and other professionals to create the Everybody Has a Story CD.  Each song on the CD is the result of a...

Ponies With A Purpose

You might think that miniature horses are just tiny and cute, but at Shands Rehab Hospital in Gainsville, Florida, miniature horses are assisting patients in therapy programs.  Gentle Carousel Therapy Horses has partnered with the hospital to provide the newest form...

Zoos Go Blue for Autism

Autism Speaks and the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) partnered together yesterday, April 28, to create the first “Zoos Go Blue” event.  More than 30 AZA Zoos and Aquariums participated in the event in different ways – some offering free or...
Page 5 of 37« First...34567...102030...Last »