In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the students and faculty of the Department of Occupational Therapy have compiled and developed several resources to help you stay on track during this time. We hope that you will use these materials and videos to adjust to your new “normal” and continue to live life to its fullest. Additional resources will be provided in the coming weeks, so check back often for updates.
Setting up an Ergonomic Workstation
Working remotely can be a challenge, but small adjustments to your equipment and posture can make a difference. Check out the Computer Ergonomics for U video series for quick ideas about how to set up a comfortable, ergonomic workstation at home.
Occupations include “things people need to do, want to do, and are expected to do.” Social distancing may impact our occupations, but there are many ways to combat “stir-crazy” feelings and engage in normal activities.
Children and Family Resources
Looking for ways to adjust to a new routine, create an optimal learning environment at home or talk to your child about COVID-19? We have some tips and tricks that address these topics and much more.
Providing care for a loved one is no easy task, especially during uncharted times. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of resources for caregivers of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities which includes guidance on creating social stories and coping with a natural disaster.