About the Blogger:
Michele Morgan has been an OT for 21 years in a variety of settings including early intervention, mental health, outpatient, skilled nursing, and acute care. She has worked in public schools for the past 11 years at the elementary and high school level. She has provided presentations for local colleges, state conferences, and professional development for therapists and educators. Student made work from her department’s technology driven industrial-arts program is currently in 8 retail locations throughout Michigan with items shipped internationally as far as Australia, Italy, and Germany. The urban farming program boasts mealworms and earthworms, sold to area feed and pet stores. The program has been featured in the Detroit News, on WXYZ Channel 7, and in “Advance for OT”. The program was recognized as 2017 Entrepreneurial classroom of the year by the Council for Exceptional Children. Michele enjoys grant writing, re-purposing, and collaborating with individuals passionate and optimistic about reconstructing employment models for a non-traditional workforce. You can connect with Michele on Twitter @MicheleMorganOT and at wwtot.weebly.com The purpose of this blog is to explore and exchange creative occupations and encourage OT’s to shoot for the moon in their respective practices!