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Dr. Foster Elected to CA AOTA Representative Assembly

Kid’s Work Therapy would like to officially congratulate our founder and CEO Dr. Stephanie Foster on being elected to the AOTA Representative Assembly for the state of CA! Today, we have the absolute pleasure of extending our warmest congratulations to Dr. Stephanie Foster for her remarkable achievement in being elected as the Representative Assembly (RA)

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Local Occupational Therapist Trains Next Generation to Treat Patients and Tackle Gap in CA Healthcare Sector

Santa Maria, CA- At a busy, pediatric occupational therapy (OT) clinic in Santa Maria, future therapists gain hands-on experience working with children with developmental delays and sensory disorders. Dr. Stephanie Foster, founder and director of Kid’s Work Therapy, mentors students interested in or currently pursuing careers in occupational therapy. Students gain exposure to the field

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Astronaut Training Camp 2023

Kid’s Work Therapy is proud to present our Astronaut Training Camp intensive on April 3rd, 4th, and 5th Monday to Wednesday! This three-day course utilizes exciting motor games, creative art projects, and home activities to help children develop necessary vestibular functioning. Specific ability groups include children who have difficulty with their overall balance, motor coordination,

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Congratulations to Dr. Bledsoe!

Kid’s Work Therapy would like to congratulate Dr. Peg Bledsoe on being awarded the 2022 NBCOT Impact Award! This award recognizes certified occupational therapy practitioners who demonstrate exceptional professional commitment through their dedication, hard work, and outstanding OT skills to improve their clients’ overall life satisfaction. Dr. Bledsoe has received the NBCOT Impact Award because

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Computer Vision Syndrome- OTAC Conference 2021

Reducing Computer-Related Eye Fatigue For Children During Online Academics Technology makes our lives easier, faster, and helps us accomplish more- most of the time. Technology is a fact of modern life. Almost everything one does these days is somehow connected to or enhanced by the use of technology. As students return to the classroom from

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