Although I am still new to the North Miami area (I'm from South Miami), I was so shocked when I stumbled upon Oleta River State Park! This is a 1,000+ acre oasis in the middle of the city, with beautiful views, a beach, extensive trails and tons of picnic tables and pavilions. I was also … Continue reading Review of Oleta River State Park
I finally figured out how to get back on here, only took me 2 months... But I am back and ready to put out some blogs about my last didactic semester, how I've been preparing for level II fieldwork, and a new series I want to start on accessibility while traveling (state parks, hiking, etc.). … Continue reading 4th Term Recap
What a long semester it has been, and how happy I am to be finished with it and ready to move onto classes geared towards learning interventions! Here was my second term schedule: I took 5 classes and I've included the grades I received and linked the classes to my Instagram posts that include detailed … Continue reading 2nd Term Recap and Tips
Masters of OT or OT Doctorate? Which is right for you?
What is hippotherapy? First of all, hippo = HORSE! Not hippopotamus! (Therapeutic use of a hippopotamus would be quite interesting though) ["hippos" in Greek means "horse"] "The term hippotherapy refers to how occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech language pathology professionals use evidence-based practice and clinical reasoning in the purposeful manipulation of equine movement to … Continue reading What is Hippotherapy?
My goals and intentions for 2019!
OT school is hard, so here are a few ways that I managed to make it through first term
Grad school applications. Just hearing those words brings back thoughts of long nights, a plethora of tabs open on my web browser, and checklists upon checklists in my journal. Applying to graduate school is a long and hard process, but being organized and being aware of what you're up for can make the process much … Continue reading How to Apply to OT School
I never thought I’d go to Israel. I always pictured it as a faraway land where all these historical, biblical events happened. But that’s it, nothing more. So, as I sat with my two Jewish roommates back in Tallahassee, Florida and listened to their summer plans where yet again they would be traveling to Israel … Continue reading Reflections on the Holy Land
Hi! My name is Caroline and I was born and raised in the suburbs of Miami, FL, but I like to think that most of my time was spent on the ocean: out on the islands off Key Biscayne, or at our family home in the Florida Keys. Most summers were spent traveling: road trips … Continue reading About Me