Interested in helping out a fellow OT Practitioner or student? Consider completing one of the short surveys below. 

We are a research team from San Jose State University’s Occupational Therapy program investigating occupational therapy’s role in addressing breastfeeding in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Please help us by completing this short survey about your experience working as an occupational therapist in this setting, whether you address breastfeeding or not. The survey should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete, and your responses will be kept anonymous and confidential. Please click on the link below to begin the survey:


OT Perceptions and Practice Patterns Regarding Oculomotor Skills and the Impact on Occupational Performance in Children with Special Needs


We need your help to understand occupational therapy practices with adults with autism!

You are eligible to participate if you are an OT or COTA, and work with adults (18 or older) with ASD. Please take a few minutes to complete our anonymous online survey at your convenience:

And enter to win a $50.00 amazon gift card

Please pass the survey link on to other eligible OT practitioners

******Thank you for your time and consideration******

Dear North Carolina Occupational Therapy Practitioners,

I am a third-year OT student at Huntington University (Fort Wayne, Indiana) doing my capstone research project on differentiation and screening for hearing loss and cognitive decline in occupational therapy (OT) practice. I would greatly appreciate if you took the time to complete the survey (link provided below). The survey consists of 23 questions and should take approximately 8 minutes to complete, although there is no time restriction to complete the survey. The survey will close February 26, 2019 @ 11:59 pm MST.

Here is the link to the Qualtrics survey:

Your help is greatly appreciated,

Taylor Clough, OTDS

Huntington University

Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program 

You are invited to participate in a brief survey on sensory integration therapy intervention in the school setting.  


Your participation is valuable in order to understand how, when, and if school-based OT practitioners are providing sensory integration therapy intervention.  

Studies reflect that the majority of pediatric occupational therapist use sensory integration therapy as an intervention for children with sensory processing disorders.  Current trends show that school-based occupational therapy has a growing presence in addressing this problem area. 

This survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete and your responses will remain anonymous. We ask that you forward this survey to any additional pediatric school-based therapists within your professional and personal network.


If you have any questions, please contact the co-investigator, Rochele Charles at [email protected] or primary investigator, Tara Glennon at [email protected] 

Thank you for your time!  


Rochele Charles, MS OTR/L 

Quinnipiac University Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program