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Melissa Colon and Carrie Smalls discuss their internship experiences at the Sarah Fox Children's Convalescent Home for Children, located in Cape Town, South Africa. Learn more about occupational therapy and nursing internships offered through the VACorps internship program by visiting our website, www.vacorps.com.
- To download this mix click here: http://bit.ly/jojofloresclub - Like http://www.facebook.com/djjojoflores Therapy 56 Nu Africa can be heard on https://soundcloud.com/jojoflores/therapy-56-nu-africa Therapy 55 features new Deep Afro sounds compiled and mix by jojo flores. Bang the drums. Nu Africa!
This week's episode of Blast From The Past jumps back five year to our 2006 surf film Shack Therapy. It joins Andy Irons, Ian Walsh and Jamie O'Brien as they crush waves in South Africa. TGR's Blast From The Past web series will take you back in time to revisit some of our favorite film segments from 15 years of actions sports filmmaking. From shredding Alaska spines to Metallica to surfing El Salvador's endless beaches, Blast From The Past is your one stop for TGR's greatest film segments. Buy Shack Therapy On DVD here: http://bit.ly/n1XDT5
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Micheal Kariuki who works at one of Kenya's main Pharmacy as a salesman,has once was infected by malaria parasites. He knows a lot about Artemisinin Combination Therapy (ACT). Kariuki said one can never imagine how popular ACT is in the pharmacy as many Kenyans have have developed confidence in them. Artemisinin came in Kenya in 2003-2004. By 2006 the government adopted it based on a combination of therapies as the most effective drug for controlling malaria.
(I claim no ownership right to music by Stephen Anderson or beginning filming of video by Devin Graham). CHILDREN OF ZIMBABWE are children living on Redmile Fram in Banket and school children at Sidikenie Primary School. Gabriel Nenhowe take care of the orphan children at Redmile Fram who have lost their parents to AIDS. These children suffer tremendous trauma. The Int'l Assn. of Arts in Healthcare program help by offering therapeutic art activities. If you would like to know more about International Arts in Healthcare visit our facebook page. www.facebook.com/IntlAssnArtsHealthCare
The Occupational Therapy department, within the Faculty of Health Sciences at Wits, offers a variety of innovative educational programmes. Our programmes aim to enhance, develop and promote occupational therapy and rehabilitation, and influence policy development through our participation and contribution to education, the profession, research and community engagement opportunities both in South Africa and the global village. Find out how to apply for the Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy here: https://www.wits.ac.za/course-finder/undergraduate/health/occupational-therapy/
"ARE YOU WHAT YOU WEAR?" -- COLLECTIVELY EMBODIED OCCUPATIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS The (2013) 4th year Occupational Therapy students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Westville Campus in Durban, SOUTH AFRICA interrogated the question: "Are You What You Wear?" through 'a human occupation for health' lens. 'Getting dressed' appears to be regarded as a rather ordinary activity of daily life. However, a closer critical look may reveal a complex of cultural, social, economic, political dimensions, which manifest in 'branding' as well as 'fashion of the day' (styles, designer labels, product placement, aesthetic appeal, physical ability, status, access to resources, etc.) and how these forces may impact on our individual and collective well-being seems easily overlooked. Moving to the pumping b...
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There's a new beauty and medical therapy treatment that uses the extreme cold of nitrogen vapors to treat a number of ailments. Whole Body Cryotheraphy exposes one to the coldest natural temperatures ever recorded on earth and the body in turn interprets this icy onslaught as a reason to go into action. It, in turn, produces a powerful physiological response that is now being used to stave off wrinkles, treat injuries and even sleep disorders.
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The Samburu tribe of Northern Kenya believe that a disabled child is a cruse. The mother must dispose of the child or be banished from the tribe. SHERP loves and cares for 150 of the amazing children. https://www.facebook.com/IntlAssnArtsHealthCare?ref=hl To say these children are traumatized is a gross understatement. It was my joy to be able to share expressive arts therapy with them and watch the transformation from withdrawn to ecstatic!
An interview with Heleniq Argyrou, clinical psychologist about rhythm and its effects on children with special needs. Footage from various projects that used the drum to encourage sensory stimulation, especially important for deaf children and other in occupational therapy. Also campaigns that aim at developing community, team synergy and awareness of world issues are driven forward with the power of drumming and the way it helps everyone synchronise themselves with others. For further info contact drumawe now on www.ahaintelligence.com or firstname.lastname@example.org