Posts filed under ‘males in OT’

Occupational Therapy Assistant makes it to Britain’s Got Talent Semifinals

Tracy Lee Collins made it to Britain’s Got Talent semifinals, but did not advance to the finals.  While watching the clip from his first performance, I noticed the following, which I captured in a screen grab:

One thing that is absolutely distinguishable about him is his sense of humor, which he sprinkles throughout both of his performances, but especially his second.  I have absolutely no idea where he practices, but I’m sure that using his humor to work with patients has tremendous therapeutic value.

Here are the links to his performances:  Clip one, Clip two.

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May 27, 2008 at 9:13 pm 5 comments

I’m male!

This has come up a few times in emails that people have sent me, so I just wanted to set the record straight: I’m male! OT practice says that only 5% of all OT’s are male*, so I definitely understand the confusion. But I did just want to make it clear to everyone that I am male.

*American Occupational Therapy Association. (2006). 2006 AOTA workforce and compensation survey: Occupational therapy salaries and job opportunities continue to improve. [Electronic Version]. OT Practice, 11(17), 10-12.

May 9, 2007 at 2:05 am 4 comments


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