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Thoughts on COVID-19 with Sarah Putt

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Episode Summary

COVID-19 is on the forefront of everyone’s mind these days. And every day more and more information floods our screens and our conversations. In this episode, I took some time to reflect on some of the things that have been going on in my life and wanted to share them with you during this time of uncertainty.

Show Notes

Sarah discusses:

  • The beginning of when I first started to hear about COVID-19
  • Stories from from friends who live in Venice
  • Cancellation of conferences (i.e: AOTA)
  • The moment that I realized COVID-19 was a big deal
  • Cancellation of fieldwork, students, and volunteers
  • Weighing the risks and the unknowns
  • Navigating the changes with my family
  • Disruption of our typical roles and routines
  • Having important conversations while not alarming others
  • Being on the same page with my family
  • Reflections of the changes from a business perspective
  • Keeping myself, my employee, and our clients and their families safe
  • Isolation and early intervention
  • Challenges and Benefits of Teletherapy
  • Mindset during this uncertain time
  • Importance of routines and structure for mental and physical health
  • We are are doing our part
  • Announcing “The OT Roundtable” podcast: http://theotroundtable.com/
  • Resources: https://ot4lyfe.com/best-of-occupational-therapy-03-18-2020/

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