April 22, 2013 Advocacy, BFL News, Corporate/Event Sponsors, Current Events, Domestic Violence and Disabilities 0 Comments

BFL’s Occupational Therapy Program Coordinator Patricia Motus,  OTR/L,  and Christina Marino, MS, OTR/L presented “Occupational Therapy with Survivors of Domestic Violence: An Initial Cross Case Analysis for Determining Factors of Success in a Shelter Setting” at the The American Occupational Therapy Association’s 93rd Annual Conference & Expo in San Diego April 25-28.

The AOTA Annual Conference & Expo is “the most dynamic gathering  for occupational therapy professionals each year… Stimulating Presidential and keynote addresses, hundreds of focused educational sessions, exceptional speakers, valuable connections, and an Expo brimming  with state of the art products and opportunities are all under one roof  in San Diego.”

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Click here to view the BFL Presentation. 

 

 

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