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Angie

Reimer

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST  -  SPEAKER  -  CONSULTANT 

WHO I AM

Angie received her Doctor of Occupational Therapy from Indiana University.  She also received a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences and Master of Occupational Therapy, both from The University of Findlay (and, in a prior life, she was an Athletic Trainer, working mostly with small college football teams). She boasts over 18 years of clinical experiences with geriatric and neurologically impaired populations, including serving as a regional manager and educator for several rehabilitation organizations. Additionally Ms. Reimer is a member of the American Society for Neurorehabilitation, the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine,  the Indiana Occupational Therapy Association, and The American Occupational Therapy Association, and is a member of several regional and national practice committees such as the AOTA's national credentialing committee. Ms. Reimer has presented courses across North America on kinesiology taping and stroke rehabilitation, including several "standing room only" courses for stroke practitioners at the AOTA conference, and has lectured extensively for PT and OT programs across the Midwestern United States.

 

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WHAT I DO

My goal is to facilitate clinical knowledge translation through taking the latest research available and developing functional treatment ideas for immediate use in the clinic. My vision also includes assisting therapists to realize their potential as skilled clinicians through facilitation of clinical problem solving and implementation of specific treatment ideas you can use tomorrow.  I strive to educate clinicians on simple ways to implement motor learning strategies and incorporate salience into treatment sessions to improve functional outcomes.

 

My goal is to help bridge the current gap between the literature and current clinical practice.