#50 - The Things We Wish We Would've Known During OTA School & New Grad Life

by Rachel Harrington, COTA/L, AC & Jessica Hill, COTA/L June 12, 2019

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Welcome to episode 50 of The Sensory Project Show! Today, Rachel and Jessica discuss what they’ve learned throughout the years. From learning to “let it go,” enjoy the little things, and to not take everything personally, they share some lessons they’ve learned as they have navigated the world of occupational therapy. Enjoy!

 

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Rachel Harrington, COTA/L, AC & Jessica Hill, COTA/L
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