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OTD Residencies Since 2011



OTD Class of 2012

Amber Alverson Framework for a Free Rehabilitation Clinic
Amanda Attas The Creation of an Online Research Portfolio for Permobil and Advocacy Videos for Users First Alliance
Kristin Barnes Development of a Business Plan for an Inclusive Preschool and Pediatric Therapy Clinic
Alex Christiansen Assistive Technology Resource for Postsecondary Educational Institutions
Alysia Cole Establishing an AMBUCS Chapter in New Jersey
Caitlin Fisher Cognitive Support Technologies for Cognitive Rehabilitation
Megan Floyd Barriers of Travel for Individuals Living with Parkinsons and Their Travel Partners
Tracey Friedman The Establishment of a Prison Pet Program for Inmates Who Train Dogs for Individuals with Disabilities
Amy Haynes Community Based Fall Prevention Program for the Well Elderly: A Social Model
Rachel Hidgon Mercy Children's Clinic Healthcare Transition Initiative
Ashley Hutcheson Designing an Educational Session for Future and Seasoned Teachers in Special Education
Kristin Lidvall Perceptions of Families with Disabilities: Theme Park Barriers and Facilitators
Hannah Page Educational/Instructional Video on the Use of a Power Wheelchair
Catherine Rungee Occupational Therapy Dance Workshop for Children with Special Needs
Amanda Russell Occupational Therapy Informational Packet for General Education Teachers in the Franklin Special School District
Julianne Russell Creating a Support Group for New Parents
Jessica Rutledge Prevocational Curriculum for the Center for Living and Learning
Megan Self Program Development in Juvenile Arthritis and Transitioning
Christopher Stamps Fighting Obesity In Mississippi: Development of a Business Plan for a Health and Wellness Center
Jaclyn Williamson Development of a Mentor/Mentee Wheelchair Skills Training Program for Pediatric Wheelchair Users
Amanda Woodall Home Modification Interventions for Aging in Place

OTD Class of 2011

Rebecca Anderson Mentoring Up:  A Guide for Transitioning from the Student Role to the Professional Role
R. Bergstresser-Simpson Advocating for Wheelchair Users
Sara Best Bridging the Gap Between Occupational Therapists and Early Childhood Educators
Amanda Bird Meeting the Needs of Older Adults for Program Development
Beth Bright Effective Treatment Planning: The Role of Managers in Utilization of Occupation-Based Activities in Treatment
Ellie Brooks School-Based Transition Planning: Developing Self-Advocacy Among Students with Special Needs
Amanda Cobb Therapists' Perceptions of Client Outcomes When Using Animal-Assisted Interventions
Jessica Deal Incorporating Occupational Therapy into Gymnastics: Enabling Participation of Children with Special Needs
Rachel Enlow Facilitating Fine Motor Development Among Children in the Classroom Setting
Carleigh Evans Advocating for a Healthy Lifestyle for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities
Chelsea Fisher Try Out: Wellness Curriculum to Promote Interest in Activities Among Elementary School Students
Jessica Henry An After-School Program for Children on the Autism Spectrum in Montgomery County
Kim Hyojin Activity Programming and Environmental Modification for Residents at Homeplace Group Home
Kristi Jarrett Stroke Rehabilitation: A Look at Best-Practice
Erin Jenks Promoting Collaboration Between Occupational Therapists and Future Educators
Rachel King Planning a Service Trip to Ecuador
Julie Kluska Daily Living Skills for Young Adults Aging Out of Foster Care
Anna Ledbetter Smith Developing Fine Motor and Handwriting Skills in Children from YES
Stephanie Long Increasing Awareness of Occupational Therapy as a Career Among High School Students in a Rural Setting
Lauren Medley The Benefits of Collaboration Between Vision Therapy and Occupational Therapy
Mary Moore Stroke Rehabilitation
Lori Moot Training Babysitters to Care for Children with Autism
Cheryl Smith Promoting Positive Attitudes in Children Toward Diversity in an Elementary School Environment
Tish Turner Reducing Agitation in Clients with Dementia
Courtney Wilkes Wheels in the Paint: Advocating for Individuals with Disabilities Through Participation in Sports

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