REHABILITATION & RESPIRATORY THERAPY VIDEOS (10 Titles)

Occupational Therapy
1. A Day in the Career of an Occupational Therapist
2. It Takes Occupational Therapy
3. Occupational Therapy: A Commitment to Caring
4. Occupational Therapy:A Community of Caring
5. Occupational Therapy: Making it Possible

Physical Therapy
6. A Career as a Physical Therapist

Respiratory Therapy
7. A Career as a Respiratory Therapist
8. Respiratory Care: Life & Breath

Speech/Language Therapy & Audiology
9. Audiology: Making a Difference
10. Speech-Language Pathology: Making a Difference



Video Title: A Day in the Career of an Occupational Therapist
Credit: Educational Video Network
Running Time: 14 minutes (approximate)
Summary: Profiles Occupational Therapists, who work with people who need to regain the use of limbs after injuries or who have illnesses or birth defects. This video gives the academic requirements needed to become an Occupational Therapist, projected employment forecasts, and the everyday duties of an OT and OT Assistant. (Audience: High School and Adult)

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Video Title: It Takes Occupational Therapy
Credit: American Occupational Therapy Association
Running Time: 5 minutes (approximate)
Summary: Occupational Therapy practitioners and educators, parents, and others talk about the impact, value, scope, and breadth of occupational therapy. (Audience: General)







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Video Title: Occupational Therapy: A Commitment to Caring
Credit: American Occupational Therapy Association
Running Time: 7 minutes (approximate)
Summary: Profiles OT and OT Assistants, job opportunities, and types of patient care provided. Testimonials from patients and personal stories from professionals are included. (Audience: General)

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Video Title: Occupational Therapy:A Community of Caring
Credit: American Occupational Therapy Association
Running Time: 11 minutes (approximate)
Summary: Shows Occupational Therapists on the job and explains the reasons why people may need their services. The video is a good introduction to the field of Occupational Therapy. (Audience: General)

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Video Title: Occupational Therapy: Making it Possible
Credit: American Occupational Therapy Association
Running Time: 10 minutes (approximate)
Summary: Explains Occupational Therapy by telling two stories - one of an 8-year old boy and the other of an 87-year-old woman and tells how occupational therapy makes a difference in the lives of people with disabilities. (Audience: General)






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Video Title: A Career as a Physical Therapist
Credit: Educational Video Network
Running Time: 16 minutes (approximate)
Summary: This video introduces Physical Therapy and the duties performed by Physical Therapists and Physical Therapy Assistants. Also profiled are work environments and personal stories explaining reasons for choosing this health career. (Audience: 8th to 12th Grades and Adults)

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Video Title: A Career as a Respiratory Therapist
Credit: Educational Video Network
Running Time: 23 minutes (approximate)
Summary: Learn about the exciting world of Respiratory Therapy and the many duties performed by RTs on an everyday basis. Hear firsthand from these professionals the reasons why they chose this area of healthcare. Also learn the educational requirements and the many areas in which Respiratory Therapists work. Specify VHS or DVD format. (Audience: 8th to 12th Grades and Adults)

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Video Title: Respiratory Care: Life & Breath
Credit: American Association of Respiratory Therapists
Running Time: 10 minutes (approximate)
Summary: This video introduces Respiratory Care and the men and women known as Respiratory Therapists. Gain a general overview of the profession and duties performed on an everyday basis. (Audience: 6th to 12th Grades and Adults)

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Video Title: Audiology: Making a Difference
Credit: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Running Time: 8 minutes (approximate)
Summary: This video gives its viewers a brief early history of Audiology and later advances. Also included is a brief overview of the duties preformed by Audiologists today. (Audience: High School and Adults)

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Video Title: Speech-Language Pathology: Making a Difference
Credit: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Running Time: 10 minutes (approximate)
Summary: Step into the world of Speech-Language Pathology with this video. Learn about the role of the Speech-Language Pathologist and the different types of services they provide. (Audience: High School and Adults)

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