December 10, 2013


Occupational Therapy
I’ve always been the type to ask a lot of questions, but after working as a bachelor’s trained occupational therapist for a couple of years my questions became more frequent. “Does this intervention really work for this client?” “Is this the best approach to use with this family?” “How can I develop a program that...
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The Constitution of the United States on a table, the 1st Amendment visible
Prisoners’ rights cases concerning religion are about religious practices, not religious beliefs.  Some practices heard by courts include wearing religious jewelry, wearing hair a certain way, refusing to take a shower in front of others, demanding that the prison allow a sweat lodge to be built, wearing a head covering, demanding the prison provide a pork-free...
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