Resource Links for Occupational Therapists

by Cheryl Hall on March 1st, 2019

When researching the 7th edition of the Occupational Therapy Toolkit, I found many outstanding supplemental resources. So I have curated and organized this information into over 30 categories that you can access on my website under Links/Resources.

I hope that as an Occupational Therapist, you find it useful to have all these resources vetted and in one spot. My mission has always been to share information about our profession to help you be a great occupational therapist who delivers outstanding care to all your patients.

Occupational Therapy Toolkit – Links and Resources

Activities of Daily Living
Alzheimer’s disease and Related Dementias
Amputations of the Lower/Upper Limb
Assistive Technology
Burn Injury
Cardiac Disease
Chronic/Persistent Pain Syndrome
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Diabetes Type 2
Therapeutic Exercise
Feeding, Eating and Swallowing
Functional Mobility
Health Management
Huntington’s Disease
Independent Living
Low Vision and Blindness
Medication Management
Mental Health
Multiple Sclerosis
Palliative Care and Hospice
Parkinson’s disease
Pressure Ulcers
Rest and Sleep
Sexual Expression and Activity
Spinal Cord Injury
Urinary Incontinence
Universal and Adaptive Design

So check it out today! All the content on my website is free including a selection of handouts and treatment guides from my book, Occupational Therapy Toolkit, Patient Handouts and Treatment Guides for Physical Disabilities, Chronic Conditions and Geriatrics.

Cheryl Hall, OT
Author and Illustrator, Occupational Therapy Toolkit

  • About Me

    Cheryl Hall
    Occupational Therapist
    Maryland, United States

    Welcome to a site devoted to sharing experience, knowledge and resources to make your job of being a great therapist a lot easier.

    I have been an occupational therapist for more than 30 years. I graduated from San Jose State University with degrees in Occupational Therapy, Gerontology, and Early Child Development. My passion is working with adults and children in home health but I have also worked in rehab, sub-acute rehab, hand therapy, transitional living for TBI, and hospital-based outpatient settings.

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