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STROKE ISIG Virtual Happy Hour


It’s new, it’s fun, it’s informative — Join us!

Virtual Happy Hours are webinars  featuring expert speakers in all areas of stroke rehabilitation. This is an opportunity to learn from and interact with the best in our field!

Join ACRM STROKE ISIG members and colleagues on the third Thursday of each month from 5:00 – 6:00 PM ET.




Shannon L. Scott photo11 OCT at 5:00 PM EDT

Addressing Return to Work after Stroke: The Practice Patterns of Occupational Therapy Practitioners and Implications for Inter-disciplinary Practice


PRESENTER:  Shannon L. Scott, OTD, OTR/L

At the end of this session, attendees should be able to:

  1. Describe the current practice patterns of occupational therapy practitioners when addressing return to work with stroke survivors
  2. Discuss and explain the implications of these findings for professional development, education, inter-disciplinary practice, and research.


Shannon L. Scott is an Assistant Professor at Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY. Her areas of interest and specialty are in stroke and best practice. She teaches courses in Adult Rehabilitation, Applied Theory and Occupation, Group Research, Cognitive Rehabilitation, and Advanced Adult Evidence Based Practice which includes supervising students working with stroke survivors in Ithaca’s Center for Life Skills. She is a member of the Stoke ISIG Health and Wellness Task Force and her recent publications include co-authoring a position paper and an Information/Education page on return to work after mild stroke with other members of the Health and Wellness Task Force. In addition, she recently published the results of her doctoral research investigating occupational therapy practice patterns related to return to work after stroke.  Shannon graduated from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, with a BSc in occupational therapy in 1989 and received her OTD from Quinnipiac University, Hamden CT, in 2015. She has been an occupational therapist for almost 30 years and has worked with stroke survivors in multiple practice settings. Prior to transitioning into academia in 2014, Shannon was the Director of Clinical Services and a consultant for a private neurorehabilitation education and product company.


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United States: +1 (571) 317-3122

Access Code: 214-945-685 

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