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  • Sharing Our Story: Grandpa Good’s Notes on Starting School Health…
    Carleton Good by Susan Rogers Since we are asking you to share your story for how or why you got into school nursing we thought we would share ours. Luckily my grandfather put it on paper and we’d like to share his story with you. Especially since we are celebrating 60 years. In order for parts of this story to make sense you will need a little background. The real beginning of our story goes ...
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  • Happy 100th Birthday Occupational Therapy!
    by Dr. Raymond Heipp Any birthday is a cause for celebration. But a 100th birthday, that is a cause for ceremonial jubilee! I was honored to attend the 100th birthday celebration for occupational therapy at the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Conference this past weekend in Philadelphia. It was an amazing time that highlighted the role occupational therapy has played in our lives...
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  • ATIA 2017 Recap: Accessibility and ATIA
    by Dr. Raymond Heipp The annual Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) conference is an event that always reinvigorates my support for those with differing abilities. Each year I try to focus on areas in which I have the most questions. This year, my focus was accessibility. It was so wonderful to see old accessibility products that have been updated, and new products which cover areas ...
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  • Get a "GRIP" and Keep On Moving
    Have you ever been frustrated that items slip out of reach or move around when you need them to stay put? The easy-to-clean, light-weight and flexible GRIP Activity Pad may be the solution you need!   Having used many non-skid pads in the past, I decided to try out the 10” x 15” GRIP Activity Pad for one year to see how it would compare. I use a custom tray that connects to the armrests of my w...
  • Let’s Talk About Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Schools
    Each year, approximately 7,000 children age 18 or younger experience sudden cardiac arrest outside a hospital with survival rates of less than 10 percent. Immediate CPR can double or triple someone’s chance of survival, which is important for schools since children spend at least one-third of their days in this environment. Yet only 34 states require CPR training and hands-on practice as a high s...
  • What You Need to Know About Cardiac Emergency Response
    In 2015, the American Heart Association (AHA) reported over 326,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrest events. When cardiac arrest events occur outside of the hospital, the average survival rate is just 10.3 percent.But did you know that survival rates are three times higher if the event is witnessed by a bystander? And when a victim receives assistance, even by a lay bystander, the chances of surviva...
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