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Who was connected with these key words:
Crafts
Financial stability
Observation
Teacher
Susan Cox Johnson
This type of relationship between individuals in the field of occupational therapy encouraged people's determination to continue on in the field even in questionable times.
Mentor
First woman who attended the AOTA conference in 1937.
Eleanor Roosevelt
This was a time in which women began to look outside of their traditional roles as wives and mothers and sought to be involved in more public activities. Women began to go to school.
Womens reform
Organization that served as a clearinghouse of information on domestic and overseas reconstruction efforts, domestic training programs, and, and federal government policy shifts.
National Society for the Promotion of Occupational Therapy
The founder of war service classes for training reconstruction aids in occupational therapy in NYC endorsed by the government.
Mansfield
Special occupational therapy schools, Courses in colleges and universities, Courses given in hospitals
Types of OT training schools.
The organization that analyzed the social, health, education, and economic conditions of the city in order to make changes for the better
Hull House
Who was connected with these key words:
Arts and crafts
Devereaux Workshop
Psychiatrist
Herbert Hall
Who said this quote. "Our body is not merely so many pounds of flesh and bone... with an abstract mind or soul added to it. It is... a live organism pulsating with its rhythm of rest and activity."
Adolf Meyer
Occupational therapy had to server its ties with this profession to ensure their indipendence.
Nursing.
Proving occupational therapy not a fad, this person brought occupational therapy reconstruction aids to France.
Joel Golthwait
Who was connected with these words:
Founder
Occupaional Therapy
Mother
Hull house
Eleanor Clark Slagle
He was an advocate of learning by doing or actual experience
John Dewey
Who was connected with these key words:
Turberculosis
Consolation House
Prsident
NSPOT
George Barton
Rejected the growing dominance of machine production. Believed that when workers feel more connected to their work it is more satisfying.
Arts and Crafts movement
Training for OT was received in the following crafts:
Textiles
Basketry
Woodwork
Metal Work
Bookbinding and Leather Work
Needlework/Cord work
Block Printing
The founder of the Devereux workshops which focused on the work cure theory.
Herbert Hall
What content areas of curriculum were set out by the minimum standards?
Mental Sciences
Physical Sciences
Medical Lectures
Occupational Therapy
Electives
What are Industrial supervisor, Industrial aide, Industrial teacher, Attendant, Craft teacher
The names OT's were first called.
Committee designed to standardize education requirements and establish a hierarchy of practitioners.
Committee on admissions and positions
Name the first and last names of the Founding members of NSPOT
Eleanor Clarke Slagle
Susan Cox Johnson
William Rush Dunton
George Edward Barton
T.B. Kidner
Susan E. Tracy
Three themes Milwalkee-Downer's occupational therapy department stressed to ensure future of the OT department
Civilian life Mental suffering Women in the work field
Women's first profession
Teaching
Who was connected with these key words:
Psychiatrist
Holistic
Founding Member
Psychobiology
Adolf Meyer
Who was connected with these key words:
Nurse
Teaching
Classes
Education
Susan E. Tracy

This field focused mostly on the acute care of the patient. Saw OT as valuable as they worked with chronic patients.
Medcine
1st Movement with the tenet that persons who were mentally ill had to learn new life habits in order to cure their illness and prevents its recurrence.
Mental Hygiene
What are 5 Major American Cities with the first OT schools?
Boston
Chicago
Milwaukee
New York
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Who was connected with these key words:
Father
Psychiatrist
NSPOT
William Dunton