Becky Piazza
I love that membership allows me to stay on top of evidence and best practices across so many various clinical practice settings and populations, and how this comes right to my inbox! I also appreciate the diverse guest speakers, podcasts, and the ability to obtain CE. I don't know how I'd be a good OT without club membership!
Andre Padua, COTA/L
OT Potential Club has been so helpful to me and my OT field. I was able to renew my license with ease through my membership with a very low price considering that the modules and presentations given by the club is so educational and informative wherein I utilize them to enhance my knowledge and not just for license renewal purpose. This is such a Blessing to me and I highly recommend it to every O... Show more
CHERYL A VORICK
I am so happy to be a member as a long time OTR (since 1996) and slowing down in my amount of hours working, I feel this club keeps me current and able to stay aware of what's happening in the profession
B
OT Potential is my first go-to resource when needing some up-to-date research. The podcast about POTS was so insightful and helpful when I treated my first long-COVID case. I also enjoy the sharing of experiences and resources in the comments sections. Thank you, OT Potential, for making it easier for clinicians to stay relevant.
MM
I love this podcast!!! Always something new to learn it is made relatable to every day practice!
MP
This club is excellent in the quality of resources and its advocacy for evidence based practice. Thank you for your efforts and generosity.
CS
I love That OT potential Keeps me up to date on the latest OT ,research, resources , and provides practical applications in a very holistic manner!
CM
I look forward to every topic and am so appreciative of being able to listen to the podcast and take CEUs on the go! Thank you!!
S
We love having all of our staff enrolled in OT potential. It helps us stay up to speed on research and has led to some great discussions.
AH
The research and journal articles have been the best. Thank you.Ange
Shannon Radmacher
I love that Sarah combines review of research articles with interviewing clinical experts to create a well-rounded evidence base. I work in home health and often have long drives, and listening to OT Potential podcasts is a great way to make my drive time useful and obtain CEUs at the same time!
AC
I appreciate hearing from the article authors, as they often provide additional study details that may not fit within the journal's limited word count :)
Shawn Wenzel
I would just like to thank everyone who has presented on this site as I have learned a lot and it is a convenient way to gain information and also continuing education. A big shout out to Sarah who made it all happen. The automatic credit to CE broker was a great help! Looking forward to a new year!
PJ Bhakta
Love Sarah’s concisely organized take-aways and podcasts - listening to her or visiting otpotential.com leads to new information and varying perspectives. The club’s open-minded approach to comments and sharing knowledge is invaluable. Icing on the cake: no ads, clutter-free site, virtually zero reason to hit the “forward 15 seconds” during podcast because each second is packed with respect to the... Show more
MK
OT Potential Club continues to provide quality, up to date information and resources, easily available. I appreciate to range of topics. My current sticker has generated many opportunities to share information about OT . With gratitude , Mary .
SS
I am so appreciative for this resource! It allows me to keep current on research, and I appreciate the subject matter expert presentations (also the CEUs!). I also appreciate that the data is available to review on my schedule. Thanks!!
JG
I absolutely love being able to keep up with current evidence based literatures by listening to podcasts. I am in grad school and don’t have much time for extra reading. The ability to listen while I drive is extremely helpful ! The Club helped me with current evidence base information for a presentation I did on Parkinson’s . This was a school assignment.
Julie Garcia
I love that I can get some CEU while on the go. Currently I am a SAHM since having my second child. When I left my OT position, I was burnt out. The Club has given me a renewed passion for being an OT. I am able to apply the skills I have learned for the Club to my life as a full time mom.
SB
I have really enjoyed many of the guests that you have on the podcasts and what they have to say. I love that I can get continuing Ed. Hours!
Naomi Hill
Being part of the OT potential club is a valuable resource to my personal and professional development. I am constantly learning more about my area of practice as well as other areas of OT. Most importantly I am encouraged to ask questions and be confident in the knowledge I do have. As a paediatric OT re-reading the stop light article by Iona Novak and hearing her podcast reignited my passion to... Show more
RS
This club has been of such great value to me. It helps keep me up to date with the latest research as well as sharpens my tools in my tool box by allowing me to read comments and discuss topics with OTs from Around the world. So thankful for this club!
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AH
I am so excited to be a part of the OT club and earn CEUs and broaden my scope of practice & views!
Angela Rosenburg
The OT Potential Club allows me to connect with research and learn from colleagues without feeling overwhelmed by time or energy. The summaries and podcasts are varied and relevant, turning the complexity of research into easy-to-understand learning and thinking. Covering the broad spectrum of practice, I am still able to find ample and ongoing content related to my work.
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MG
I have been a member of OT potential since the beginning. I love being able to have a variety of different resources with a variety of different platforms from research articles to podcasts.
TM
I've signed up for my second year in the OT Potential Club because it is my favorite OT resource! As a homrcare therapist I love that I can listen to the podcasts on my drive. The evidence based research keeps me eagar to continue to research new interventions and give me fresh ideas for my practice. Thank you for providing such a wonderful variety of topics and for all the other great resources o... Show more
Tee Stock
I am a founding member of the OT Potential Club and still find the articles, discussions, and Podcasts extremely valuable. The articles and topics are well chosen I love Sarah's analysis of the articles that are shared and all the resources! The practitioner comments, discussions and sharing of resources also contribute to the high value OT Potential provides OTPs.
S
So many wonderful ideas and collaborations here. I get a lot of treatment adjustments just from talking or reading some of other people’s experiences! Thank you!!!
Ann Henshaw
OT Potential is an awesome community and the key to the future of our profession! Disseminating information about EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE in an easily accessible and clinically applicable manner is how we will will (together!) reduce the gap between research and practice!! Sarah is AMAZING and I am so glad I found this group! I share it with any OT who will listen!!
S
I love that the club has a wide variety of topics and a great format for easily accessible CEUs, as well as a great community of therapists engaged in discussion about each topic.
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T
OT Potential Club has been an amazing way to learn about the latest trends, best practice, documentation examples, and research! Earning CEU's has been invaluable! I recommend the club to all of my OT friends! Thank you for all you do for us!!!
E
Currently I’m in my OT masters program and being part of this club has given me a sense of community as well as prepared me even more so my future career!
MS
I love being able to connect with OT's all over the world! Read people's messages and feedback on posts that ate meaningful to me.
A
I am so thankful to discover such a useful tool. My favorite part is having documentation examples. I’m always looking for strong long to use when addressing goals and deficits to prove medical necessity.