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Julie Silver Seidle
36:56
I love how your process of creating really mirrors OT's learning by doing. So inspiring and encouraging to know that you do not have to have everything figured out to have faith and take the leap on doing the type of OT you want to be doing! Thank you for sharing your story!
Linda Crawford
37:52
I agree Julie! Inspiring!
Elijah Mullins
42:04
Lots of new roles that started immediately. Home educator, etc.
Linda Crawford
44:35
I think it's great to recognize you bring up that reflecting and OTing ourselves will help us now and into our future.
Sophia Uehara
45:02
Will your book be available on Amazon?
Linda Crawford
45:34
Please add questions here
BLU JACOBS
45:35
can you go back to your email contact
Julie Silver Seidle
47:03
Along with learning by doing, this really makes me think of how important therapeutic use of self is in our practice and in our lives
Sophia Uehara
47:37
Can you give one helpful tool that promoted your work life balance during treatment
Linda Crawford
47:41
I'd be interested to hear what things people thought of in your brainstorming question
Amy Kashiwa
47:45
In response to the brainstorm slide: I am reflecting on student groups (seniors in high school/college) who are grieving the loss of traditional senior prom, graduation ceremonies, etc. So many losses on many levels for everyone
Marci Penner
47:57
Can you talk about what was helpful for you so that we know how to support someone going through this?
Julie Silver Seidle
49:08
Are there local Colorado groups for OTs who are entrepreneurs or are interested in following their passions and becoming entrepreneurs
Sophia Uehara
54:11
Yeah I don't like that phrase
Linda Crawford
55:01
Everything you talk about applies for navigating life right now! The waiting, grief, uncertainty and need for support and self care are more vital than ever
Elijah Mullins
56:53
I think it may be important to remind oneself that we are a whole person regardless of our limitations. We are not broken. I have a friend who tried many methods for nearly 10 years and was not able to conceive and still grieves that many, many years later.
Sophia Uehara
59:27
Bless you for 2 retrievals
Amy Kashiwa
01:00:41
I agree Elijah. Grief does not go away, and that is important to acknowledge. Grief changes over time and there is no right or wrong way to grieve.
Linda Crawford
01:05:54
Im thinking we could also be thinking about how we can show up Post Covid 19 pandemic for people who have experienced such occupational disruption and how to transition back into a new world.
BLU JACOBS
01:06:48
I am not working right now in Home Health as the agency is not supplying any PPE equipment and expecting us to reuse a mask for a week. I think it is a dangerous and vunerable position to be in
Linda Crawford
01:12:29
Thank you Elijah for sharing. You highlight that we are having to make space to share ourselves with a much wider community than before. Caring for your co-workers and neightbors, so "being an OT" 24/7 with everyone we come in contact with. I hope you are able to care for yourself too!
Elijah Mullins
01:12:54
I look forward to these weekly meetings so thank you for the break in the day to learn, partner, and connect.
Linda Crawford
01:13:14
Thank you LIsa!
BLU JACOBS
01:13:16
Thank you Lisa for sharing your life story
Marci Penner
01:13:24
Great discussion. You are so inspiring and a great speaker. Best of luck to you.