occupational therapy News Archive
September 6, 2018 —
New students receive stethoscopes as Canada’s only graduate program for PAs marks 10th anniversary
August 23, 2018 —
Innovative OT program adapts to newcomer needs
The 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient for Service to the University of Manitoba is Isabella Wiebe
March 7, 2017 —
Isabella Wiebe has dedicated her career to young people on the cusp of self-discovery
September 19, 2016 —
After retiring in 2007 after 16 years with the RWB, CindyMarie Small found herself in the unique position of seeking out a new career path
May 2, 2016 —
Can you see clearly out your car windows? Are you able to reach all the controls and adjust the seatbelts so they’re secure and comfortable? For many older Manitobans, these are issues that can have an impact on their driving.
March 11, 2016 —
A well-known fable tells about a group of blind men who encounter an elephant. One touches a leg and says it’s a pillar. Another feels the trunk and claims it’s a tree branch. Yet another grabs the tail and calls it a rope.
April 6, 2015 —
Daniel is a Grade 7 student at Acadia School. He recently decided he wants to be a doctor when he grows up.
March 9, 2015 —
Sign up and Occupational Therapy students can tell you why your desk and chair hurt you
November 5, 2014 —
Breaking the Cycle of Violence, a presentation staged by a group of second-year College of Rehabilitation Sciences Occupational Therapy students, shone a light on how youth and gang violence has an impact on the health profession and the steps that can be taken to curb this violent trend.