Called a portable hug, NBC’s Today.com says that families are experimenting with weighted vests for children with autism. The news site featured a mom who is sewing the vests for free using recycled military uniforms.
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Jefferson students of nursing, medicine, occupational therapy, physical therapy, radiologic sciences, pharmacy and couple and family therapy complete a two-year Health Mentors Program that emphasizes multidisciplinary teaming and the patient as teacher.
After he had a stroke, Larry B. needed rehab to restore function in his left arm and leg. Occupational therapist Katie Connelly walks us through this critical component of rehabilitation.