Photo Phriday: The OT Look

A recent magazine cover reminded me of these photos, which I don't think I've posted yet. I like the professional photos that I got done, but it is a credit to the photographer that I got so many usable shots of me looking like a normal human. 80% of the time that I am working with kids, my face is not perfectly posed, it's just perfectly odd. But it's ok, because this is what I think a real OT looks like.

choo choo face

helicopter face

sound effects make the day fun! I've always believed that my willingness to make a complete fool out of myself was very appealing to patients of all ages. What are your silly strategies for success?

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