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On today’s episode of How to OT we talk with Dr. Diane Smith about her non-traditional OT journey (0:47-7:40), summarize some of her research on advocacy and policy (7:41-12:30) and go over recommendations for focusing on the environment (12:31-14:30), increasing work participation (14:31-21:47), adaptive childcare (21:48-28:37), sustainability and climate change (28:38-35:35), and emergency preparedness (35:36-39:59). Golden nugget segment (40:00-42:12)

Resources mentioned during the episode:

Evidence-Based interventions for increasing work participation: Smith, D.L., Atmatzidis, K., Capogreco, M., Lloyd-Randolfi, D., & Seman, V.  (2016). Evidence-based interventions for increasing work participation for persons with disabilities:  A systematic review.  OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health, 131 (suppl.), 1-11.

World Federation of Occupational Therapy Position paper on promoting green lifestyles: https://wfot.org/resources/environmental-sustainability-sustainable-practice-within-occupational-therapy

Other publications and research mentioned on the show can be found at: https://www.mghihp.edu/diane-l-smith-phd-otrl-faota

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