Tag: occupational transition

Helping with time mangement

time management and OT

Time management is a problem for many university students – and occupational therapists can help! Check out this blog to see how.

Coping and stress: A guide for OTs

coping, stress, OT

What are coping skills? Coping skills are personal resources that one uses to manage difficult situations.  Common stressors in post-secondary populations include: financial pressures, exam and study-related stressors, and social stressors.1 Good coping skills have been correlated with persistence and retention in higher education.2   It is believed that coping skills are relatively stable over

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OTs and transitions

OTs and Occupational Transitions OTs can work with people in transition:  new parents, those planning for or entering retirement, transitions from incarceration to independent living, and transitions from high school to university (to name just a few!).   There is a great book called Transitions Across the Lifespan:  An Occupational Therapy Approach (edited by Meira

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