Category: Fieldwork for occupational therapy

OT level I Fieldwork in Navajo Nation


A group of second year Master’s of Occupational Therapy students from Cleveland State University and I went to New Mexico this past May.  The OT students used the experience to fulfill their final Level I Occupational Therapy fieldwork placement in the program.  They worked at the Northern Navajo Medical Center (NNMC) in Shiprock, NM.  NNMC is

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What does WFLs really mean?

WFL versus WNL You see the terms WFL and WNL … what do they really mean? WFL or Within Functional Limits Given the client’s environment and desired and necessary occupations, they can do everything they need and want with the available ROM and/or strength that they have.  But… what does that really mean? Example:  How

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