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Sawyer Mobley living his dreams after lung transplant

...of motion and improve his walking gait."He's doing really well," said Krista Odom, one of Sawyer's occupational therapists. "We have to do little play bribes to get stuff done."He works really well. Five minutes of video game time...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/news/2013-08-14/sawyer-mobley-living-his-dreams-aft
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RECing Crew introduces ballet to members

...through high school. I went to school to become an occupational therapist and wanted to be able to combine occupational therapy and dance," said Murray, an occupational therapist in the Columbia County School System.Ballet...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/news/2013-10-22/recing-crew-introduces-ballet-to-me
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Awareness is first step for stroke prevention

...outpatient setting is also important for continued improvement and independence after discharge, as physical and occupational therapists help patients rebuild strength through therapy and learn how to do everyday tasks in a different way. Speech...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/stories/2010/05/02/opi_575435.shtml
Stability found in a stable

...volunteer. "They need to do all that before they can hold reins and sit in the saddle properly," said Morin, an occupational therapist and hippotherapy clinical specialist. Up to 25 volunteers serve the program in both the spring and fall semesters...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/stories/2010/07/25/spo_583882.shtml
Four steps for kids' backpack safety

...cause back pain if they are too heavy or used incorrectly. So it is important to help your child choose an appropriate backpack and use it wisely. (Linda Rhodes is an occupational therapist at MCGHealth Children's Medical Center.)

http://newstimes.augusta.com/stories/2010/08/08/opi_585482.shtml
Grocer to hold autism awareness day

...collected from each raffle will benefit the Walk for Autism this month at the Augusta Riverwalk. Also, speech and occupational therapists will be available to answer questions, and Carly Heyman, author of My Extra Special Brother , will be on hand...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/stories/2008/09/10/new_472569.shtml
Everyone can play together

...will be accessible after school hours as well. The upgrades include new swings and a sidewalk extension so an occupational therapist can push a child who uses a wheelchair to the playground. The swing design will enable children in wheelchairs...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/stories/2007/08/12/new_139205.shtml
Getting GED is family affair for woman, daughters

...to attend Augusta State University, followed by law school at Mercer University. Raines hopes to become an occupational therapist. "This has allowed me to go on to do what I really want to do with my life," she said.

http://newstimes.augusta.com/stories/2006/07/16/new_88940.shtml
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Meet the Maestro

Photo by Jim BlaylockChelsea Palmer, an occupational therapist at MCG, checks Bel Air Elementary fourth-grader Caitlyn Troia's backpack on National School Backpack Awareness Day.[CAPTION] Photos by Valerie RowellSymphony Orchestra Augusta's newly-hired music director, Shizou "Z" Kuwahara, (second from left) joins orchestra musicians Carl Purdy (from left), viola; Taylor Massey, clarinet; Kelly Odell, oboe; and Phil Caldwell, orchestra president, at a Meet the Maestro event Tuesday at La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries in Evans.[CAPTION] Kuwahara, talks with Sherry Foster, editor of Augusta Magazine, during the Meet the Maestro event.

http://newstimes.augusta.com/stories/2009/09/20/odd_548664.shtml
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