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Faculty Research and Scholarship

Stephanie Lancaster

Stephanie Lancaster, EdD, MS, OTR/L, ATP, CAPS
Program Director and Assistant Professor

Dr. Lancaster’s research interests center on the impact of technology in the clinical and educational arenas with an emphasis on instructional design and technology in teaching and learning for learners with diverse needs.

Grants

Zachry, A., (Lead PI), Lancaster, S., (Investigator), Mitchell, A. (Investigator). The SPARK Project: (S)upporting (P)reschoolers to (A)chieve (R)eadiness for

Zachry, A., (Lead PI), Flick, J., (Investigator), Hoffer, B., (Investigator), Lancaster, S. (Investigator), UTHSC Rachel Kay Stevens Therapy Center Grant. Research and Capacity Building Grant. Skelly Foundation. (2016) Total Awarded: $20,000 

Zachry, A., (Lead PI), Flick, J., (Investigator), Hoffer, B., (Investigator), Lancaster, S. (Investigator), Early STEPS Project. iRISE Pilot Project Grant. Internal Research Grant. (2016) Total Awarded: $10,774.

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Zachry, A. H., Lancaster, S. B., & Robertson, E. (2019) The effects of a sound-based intervention on a seven year-old child diagnosed with auditory processing disorder. Annals of International Occupational Therapy. 2(2), 91-100

Lancaster, S., Zachry, A., Duck, A., Harris, A., Page, K.E., and Sanders, J. (2016, August). Delivery of the wilbarger protocol: A survey of pediatric occupational therapy practitioners. Journal of Occupational Therapy, Schools, & Early Intervention, 9, 3, 281-doi: 10.1080/19411243.2016.1169243

Zachry, A. H., Doan, A. P., Lancaster, S. B., Simmons, B., Smith, C., & Wicker, J. (2016, April). A comparison of print and cursive handwriting in fifth and sixth grade students: A pilot study. Open Journal of Occupational Therapy, 4(2), 1-9. http://dx.doi.org/10.15453/2168-6408.1207

Zachry, A. H., Goldman, R. L., Gordan, N. F., Lancaster, S. B., Simpson, K., & Springer, S. K. (2015, October). Differences in happiness after early crawling experience. Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 5(2), 8-13. doi: 10.5539/jedp.v5n2p

Professional Presentations

Lancaster, S., (2019, April). Throwing a one-two punch with two-stage testing. Poster presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Conference.

Lancaster, S., (2019, April). Inclusive practices to promote success for OT students on fieldwork. Speech at the American Occupational Therapy Association Conference.

Lancaster, S., (2019, April). Small steps on the journey to vision 2025: Supporting prospective students from underrepresented backgrounds. Speech at the American Occupational Therapy Association Conference.

Lancaster, S., (2018, December 5). Podcasting in the profession of occupational therapy. Co-presenter at the OTVx24 Virtual International Occupational Therapy Conference.

Lancaster, S., (2018, November). Supporting students with disabilities in note-taking through assistive technology. Presented at the Tennessee Assistive Technology Association Conference, Franklin, TN.

Lancaster, S., (2018, May 8). OTalk: The use of podcasts as a tool for professional development. Hosted live international Twitter chat.

Lancaster, S., (2018, April). Dogfooding: What it is and how it impacted my teaching. Poster presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Conference.

Lancaster, S., (2018, April). More than words: The use of glyphs as a tool for teaching & learning. Poster presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Conference.

Lancaster, S., (2018, April). A dissection of a reflection: Guiding students in the reflective writing process. Poster presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association  Conference.

Lancaster, S., (2018, April). Methods, strategies, and benefits of building and creating an inclusive practice. Poster presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Conference.

Lancaster, S., (2018, April). Conversations that matter: Supporting students from diverse backgrounds in OT programs. Panel presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Conference.

 

 

Anita Mitchell

Anita Mitchell, PhD, OTR, FAOTA
Professor

Dr. Mitchell’s research interests include sensory processing, various aspects of fine motor development, and epistemic and ontological cognition of occupational therapy students. 

Grants

Flick, J., (Investigator), Hoffer, B., (Investigator), Lancaster, S., (Investigator), Mitchell, A., (Investigator), Zachry, A. (Lead Principal Investigator), "UTHSC Rachel Kay Stevens Therapy Center Grant Proposal," Sponsored by Gertrude E. Skelly Foundation, Private Non-Profit Foundation. (April 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018).

Golden, G. S., (Lead Principal Investigator), Mitchell, A. (Investigator), "Hasbro Toy Library," Sponsored by Other industry non-specified, Private Profit. (January 1, 1992 - December 31, 1992).

Zachry, A., (Lead PI), Lancaster, S., (Investigator), Mitchell, A. (Investigator). The SPARK Project: (S)upporting (P)reschoolers to (A)chieve (R)eadiness for (K)indergarten Research Grant. Urban Child Institute. (2018). Total Awarded: $20,000

Book Chapters

Zachry, A., Mitchell, A. (2020). Promoting upper extremity control. Therapeutic Exercise for Children with Developmental Disabilities, Fourth Edition (4th ed.). SLACK.

Mitchell, A. W. (2015). Evidence-based education in occupational therapy. Evidence-based education in the health professions: Promoting best practice in the learning and teaching of students (pp. 375-388). London, England: Radcliffe Publishing Ltd.

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Booker, K., & Mitchell, A.W. (in press). From Boring to Board Game: The Effect of a Serious Game on Key Learning Outcomes. Journal of Occupational Therapy Education.

Long, D., Mitchell, A. W., Chase, C., Mineo, B. (2019). Entry-level occupational therapy students’ beliefs about knowledge and knowing: Findings from three Master's level programs in the US. Journal of Occupational Therapy Education, 3(4), 1-24.

Mitchell, A. W., Stevens, W., Nolan, V. (2020). Do Beliefs about Knowledge Predict Occupational Therapy Students’ Critical Thinking? A Longitudinal Correlational Study. Journal of Occupational Therapy Education, 10(1). 

Mitchell, A. W., Hale, J., Lawrence, M., Murillo, E., Newman, K., Smith, H. (2018). Entry-level occupational therapy programs’ emphasis on play: A survey. Journal of Occupational Therapy Education, 2(1).

Nash, B. H., Mitchell, A. W. (2017). Longitudinal study of changes in occupational therapy students' perspectives on frames of reference. The American journal of occupational therapy, 71(5), 7105230010p1-7105230010p7. 

Zachry, A. H., Chappell, L. H., Cox, V. H., Lopez, E. H., Mitchell, A. W., Woodard, L. (2015). Differences in the angry behaviors of precrawling and crawling infants. Journal of Education and Human Development, 4(2), 67-72.

Mitchell, A. W. (2015). Longitudinal study of occupational therapy students' beliefs about knowledge and knowing. The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 69(2), 1. 

Mitchell, A. W., Moore, E. M., Roberts, E. J., Hachtel, K. W., Brown, M. S. (2015). Sensory processing disorder in children ages birth-3 years born prematurely: A systematic review.The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 69(1), 6901220030. PMID: 25553748

Mitchell, A. W. (2014). Epistemic and ontological cognition of entering and postdidactic occupational therapy students. The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 68 Suppl 2, S3-S11.

Mitchell, A. W. (2013). Models of epistemic and ontological cognition: A new perspective of occupational therapy education. Occupational Therapy In Health Care, 27(1), 3-19. http://dx.doi.org/10.3109/07380577.2012.757407. 

Mitchell, A. W. (2013). Teaching ill-structured problem solving using occupational therapy practice epistemology. Occupational Therapy In Health Care, 27(1), 20-34. http://dx.doi.org/10.3109/07380577.2012.757408.

Mitchell, A. W., McConnell, John Robert, III (2012). A historical review of contemporary educational psychology from 1995 to 2010. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 37(2), 136-147.

Zachry, A. H., Mitchell, A. W. (2012). Goal-directed actions and early experience with crawling. OTJR-Occupational Participation and Health, 32(2), 48-55.

Mitchell, A. W., Hampton, C., Hanks, M., Miller, C., Ray, N. (2012). Influence of task and tool characteristics on scissor skills in typical adults. The American journal of occupational therapy, 66(6), e89-97.

Mitchell, A. W., Xu, Y. J. (2011). Critical reasoning scores of entering bachelor’s and master’s students in an occupational therapy program. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 65(6), e86-e84.

Mitchell, A. W., Batorski, R. E. (2009). A study of critical reasoning in online learning: Application of the occupational performance process model. Occupational Therapy International, 16(2), 134-153. 

Mitchell, A. W. (1998). Treatment of body scheme in children. Physical & Occupational Therapy In Pediatrics, 18(2), 29-49. http://dx.doi.org/10.1300/j006v18n02_02.

Mitchell, A. W. (1998). Body scheme theory. Physical & Occupational Therapy In Pediatrics, 17(4), 5-23. http://dx.doi.org/10.1300/j006v17n04_02.

Mitchell, A. W. (1998). Theories of body scheme development. Physical & Occupational Therapy In Pediatrics, 17(4), 25-45. http://dx.doi.org/10.1300/j006v17n04_03.

Witt, A. (1990). Body part identification in one- to two-year-old children. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 44(2), 147-153.

Professional Presentations

Mitchell, A. W., Poster. 2020 American Occupational Therapy Association National Conference and Expo (Conference Canceled), "Beliefs About Knowledge and Knowing: Do They Change During Level 2 Fieldwork?" American Occupational Therapy Association, Boston, MA, United States. (March 27, 2020).

Booker, K., Mitchell, A. W., Poster. Presenter, Presenter, American Occupational Therapy Association Education Summit, "From Boring to Board Game: The Effect of a Serious Game on Key Learning Outcomes," American Occupational Therapy Association, Las Vegas, NV, United States. (October 19, 2019).

Mitchell, A. W., Weisser-Pike, O., (2019, April). Cortical visual impairment: Building capacity for OT in an urban children’s hospital. Poster presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference and Expo, Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA, United States.

Mitchell, A. (2019, April). Do beliefs about knowledge explain occupational therapy students’ critical thinking? A longitudinal correlational study. Poster presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference and Expo, Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA, United States.

Zachry, A. H., Mitchell, A. W. (2019, February). Issues in early childhood development.Speech at the Porter Leath Teacher Training, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN, United States.

Mitchell, A. W., Booker, K. (2018, October). The snakes and ladders of a review session. Poster presented at the AOTA Education Summit, Louisville Omni Hotel, Louisville, KY, United States.

Mitchell, A. W., Hale, J., Lawrence, M., Murillo, E., Newman, K., Smith, H. (2018, April). Preparing occupational therapy students to address the occupation of play. Poster presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association’s 97th Annual Conference and Exposition, Salt Lake City, UT, United States.

 

Orli Weisser-Pike

Orli Weisser-Pike OTD, OTR/L, CLVT, SCLV, CAPS
Assistant Professor

Dr. Weisser-Pike’s research interests include occupational therapy assessments and interventions for children with cortical/cerebral visual impairments.

Grants

2007 Durham Foundation: $50,000.00 to create a Low Vision Lending Library, the first of its  kind in Memphis, TN. 

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Weisser-Pike, O. (2019). Occupational Therapy in the Care of People with Low Vision. Insight. 

Weisser-Pike, O. (2018). Technologies for People with Low Vision—Part 2. Israeli Journal of Occupational Therapy, 27(2), E47-E53.

Weisser-Pike, O. (2018). A survey of caregivers of people with low vision: A pilot study. Annals of International Occupational Therapy, 1(2), 74-83.

Weisser-Pike, O. (2017). Technologies for People with Low Vision—Part 1. Israeli Journal of Occupational Therapy, 26(2), E19-E25.

Flax, M., Kumar, U., Lampert, J., Parikh, S., Rebovich, A., Weisser-Pike, O., & Wheeler, A. (2017). CLVT Practice Exam. [Electronic practice exam]. Retrieved from https://www.acvrep.org/certifications/study-guides

Weisser-Pike, O. (submitted). A pilot intervention for caregivers of people with low vision. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness.

Professional Articles

Weisser-Pike, O. (2013, December 14). Eye witnesses: Keeping low vision caregivers’ needs in sight through occupational therapy. OT Practice, 14–18.

Kaldenberg, J., & Weisser-Pike, O. (2010, February 20). Occupational therapy approaches to facilitate productive aging for individuals with low vision (Continuing education article). OT Practice, 15(3), CE 1-8.

Warren, M., Bettenhausen, D., Kaldenberg, J., Sokol-McKay, D., & Weisser-Pike, O. (2006, March 20). Low vision rehabilitation: A reflection on specialized practice. OT Practice,19-23.

Weisser-Pike, O. (2005). The importance of writing in low vision rehabilitation of the older adult. International Congress Series, 1282, 331-336.

Book Chapters

Weisser-Pike, O., & Perlmutter, M. (2019). Chapter 16: Supporting how the person functions. In N. V. Prajna, & N. V. Prajna (Ed.), Peyman's Principles & Practice of Ophthalmology (2nd ed., pp. 325-336). New Delhi, India: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers.

Weisser-Pike, O. (2013). Chapter 5: Assessing abilities and capacities: Vision and visual processing. In M. Radomski, & C. Latham, Occupational Therapy for Physical Dysfunction (7th ed., pp. 103-120). Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Weisser-Pike, O. (2012). Chapter 28: The multidisciplinary approach. In M. Taub, M. Bartuccio, & D. Maino, Visual Diagnosis and Care of the Patient with Special Needs (pp. 366-368). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. 

Weisser-Pike, O. (2011). Near vision equivalencies. In H. Smith-Gabai, Occupational Therapy in Acute Care (Table E5, p. 617). Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association.

Flax, M., Weisser-Pike, O., Tomasik, M., van Naerssen, J., & Whittaker, S. (2008). Low Vision Therapist Study Guide. Alexandria, VA: Association for the Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired.

Watson, G., Whittaker, S., & Steciw, M. (2010). The Pepper Visual Skills for Reading Test (3rd ed.). (G. Watson, M. Flax, & O. Weisser-Pike, Eds.) Madison, WI: Fork In The Road Vision Rehabilitation Services, LLC.

Wright, V., & Watson, G. (2010). Learn To Use Your Vision For Reading Workbook (2nd ed.). (M. Ehret & O. Weisser-Pike, Eds.) Madison, WI: Fork In The Road Vision Rehabilitation Services, LLC.

Professional Presentations

Weisser-Pike, O. (2018). The role of the occupational therapist in low vision rehabilitation and cortical visual impairment. Presentation to the ophthalmology residents at Hamilton Eye Institute, Memphis, TN.

Weisser-Pike, O. (2018). Cortical visual impairment. Presentation at the TNOTA West District meeting, Memphis, TN.

Weisser-Pike, O., Kaldenberg, J., and Jacobs, K. (2018). Building capacity for occupational therapy practice in low vision on the other side of the world. Presentation at WFOT International Congress, Cape Town, South Africa.

Booker, K. and Weisser-Pike, O. (2018). Getting simulation savvy. Presentation at AOTA Annual Conference and Exposition, Salt Lake City, UT.

Weisser-Pike, O. (2018). Free smartphone apps for people with visual impairments. Presentation at AOTA Annual Conference and Exposition, Philadelphia, PA.

 

Lee Williams

Lee Williams, OTD, OTR/L
Assistant Professor

Dr. Williams' research focus has been physical rehabilitation of acute stroke, cognitive-motor interference, and educational research into student assessments of motor skills.

Grants
Zachry, A., (PI), Surbhi, S., (Investigator), Williams, L., (Investigator), Chen, M., (Investigator), & Bailey, J. (Mentor). American Occupational Therapy Foundation Health Services Research Grant proposal “Inequities in Access and Impact of Post-Stroke Home Occupational Therapy Services in a Statewide Medicaid Population.” Total Awarded: $99,417
Presentations

Williams, J.  (2021, September 11). OT’s Role in Vestibular Rehab for Post-Concussion Care [Conference session]. TNOTA Annual Conference, Nashville, TN, United States. 

Williams, J. (2020, November 10) Home Office Ergonomics [online session]. Memphis, TN, United States. 

Howard, B., Hutson, B., & Williams, J.  (2020, March 28). OT’s Role in Vestibular Rehab for Post-Concussion Care [Conference session]. AOTA Annual Conference, Boston, MA, United States. (In-person conference canceled Due to Covid-19) 

Williams, J. (2018). Functional Adult Home Programs: Current Evidence for Using Occupation Based Programs Instead of Exercise. TNOTA West District Meeting.

 

Lauren Woods

Lauren Woods, PhD, OTR/L
Admission Chair and Assistant Professor

Dr. Woods is interested in research related to adult learning, educational psychology, and factors that support development of resilience and coping.

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Woods, L. R. (2021, September 24). Occupational therapy practice in mental health. Invited lecture at University of Memphis.

Woods, L. R. (2020). Intentions and repercussions of revitalization: Urban geographical research using walking methodology. Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology11(1).

Woods, L. R. (2019). Parental perception of competence related to school preparation for their children after participation in a brief kindergarten readiness workshop. Journal of Occupational Therapy, Schools, & Early Intervention. Published. https://doi.org/10.1080/19411243.2019.1700474

Woods, L. R. (published). Intention: Interconnection via intersectionality.

Woods, L. R. (2015). Innovation in action! Utilizing simulation experiences to enrich occupational therapy education. OT Practice20(15), 20–22.

Professional Presentations

Woods L. R., (2021, March 29). Need for support to foster resiliency after traumatic brain injury. Invited lecture at Institute for Challenging Disorganization.

Woods L. R., (2020 August). Parental perception of competence related to school preparation for their children after participation in a brief kindergarten readiness workshop. Speech at the TNOTA Conference 2020.

 

Anne Zachry

Anne H. Zachry, PhD, OTR/L
Department Chair and Associate Professor

Dr. Zachry’s research interests include enhancing infant and child development and supporting families through the provision of occupational therapy services.

Grants

Zachry, A., (PI), Surbhi, S., (Investigator), Williams, L., (Investigator), Chen, M., (Investigator), & Bailey, J. (Mentor). American Occupational Therapy Foundation Health Services Research Grant proposal “Inequities in Access and Impact of Post-Stroke Home Occupational Therapy Services in a Statewide Medicaid Population.” Total Awarded: $99,417

Zachry, A., (Lead PI), Lancaster, S., (Investigator), Mitchell, A. (Investigator). The SPARK Project: (S)upporting (P)reschoolers to (A)chieve (R)eadiness for (K)indergarten Research Grant. Urban Child Institute. (2018). Total Awarded: $20,000   

Zachry, A. University of Tennessee Research Foundation Technology Maturation Grant: True Tummy Time Mat & Wedge System. (2020). Total Awarded: $7,500  

Zachry, A. (Lead PI). UTHSC Rachel Kay Stevens Therapy Center Kindergarten Readiness Grant. Research Grant. Urban Child Institute. (2018) Total Awarded: $24,759. 

 Zachry, A. (Lead PI). UTHSC Rachel Kay Stevens Therapy Center Art Show Event Grant. Memphis Medical District. Anne Zachry, PI (2018). Total Awarded: $1,000  

Zachry, A., (Lead PI), Flick, J., (Investigator), Hoffer, B., (Investigator), Lancaster, S. (Investigator), UTHSC Rachel Kay Stevens Therapy Center Grant. Research and Capacity Building Grant. Skelly Foundation. (2016) Total Awarded: $20,000 

Zachry, A., (Lead PI), Flick, J., (Investigator), Hoffer, B., (Investigator), Lancaster, S. (Investigator), Early STEPS Project. iRISE Pilot Project Grant. Internal Research Grant. (2016) Total Awarded: $10,774.

Zachry, A. (Lead PI). Special Kids Gaining Skills. Collierville Education Foundation. Education Grant. (2012). Total Awarded: $2,000. 

Zachry, A. (Lead PI). Hand in Hand with Parents. Tennessee Education Association. Educational Grant. (2011) Total Awarded: $2,000.

Books and Book Chapters

Mitchell, A. M., & Zachry, A. H. (2020). Promoting upper extremity control. In B. Connolly & P. Montgomery (Eds.). Therapeutic Exercises for Children with Developmental Disabilities 4th Ed.(pp.). Thorofare NJ: Slack Inc.  

Zachry, A. H. (2018). Retro toddler, more than 100 old-school activities to boost development, American Academy of Pediatrics.   

Zachry, A. H. (2013). Retro baby, cut back on all the gear and boost your baby’s development with over 100 time-tested activities. The American Academy of Pediatrics.

Peer-Reviewed Publications

(Note: Student names are underlined.)

Zachry, A. H., Jones, T., Flick, J., & Richey, P. (Submitted June 23, 2020; Accepted with Revisions). The early STEPS pilot study: The impact of a brief consultation session on self-reported parenting satisfaction. Maternal & Child Health Journal.   

Zachry, A. H., Woods, L., Jones, T. (2019). Parental perceptions of competence related to school preparation for their children after participation in a brief kindergarten readiness workshop. Journal of Occupational Therapy, Schools, & Early Intervention, 13(3). https://doi.org/10.1080/19411243.2019.1700474     

Zachry, A. H., Lancaster, S. L., Robertson, E. (2019). The effects of a sound-based intervention on a seven-year old diagnosed with auditory processing disorder. Annals of International Occupational Therapy, 2(2), 91–100.

Zachry, A. H., Hand, S. B., Nolan, S. K., Slaughter, S. K. (2017). Infant positioning, baby gear use, and cranial asymmetry. Maternal & Child Health Journal, 21(12), 1–8.

Zachry, A. H., Nash, B. H., Nolen, A. (2017). Traditional lectures and team-based learning in an occupational therapy program: A survey of student perceptions. Open Journal of Occupational Therapy, 5(2). 

Lancaster, S. L., Zachry, A. H.,Duck, A., Harris, A., Page, K. E., & Sanders, J. (2016). Delivery of The wilbarger protocol: A survey of pediatric occupational therapy practitioners.  Journal of Occupational Therapy, Schools, & Early Intervention, 9(3), 281–289

Zachry, A. H., Doan, A., Lancaster, S. B., Simmons, B., Smith, C., & Wicker, N. (2016). A comparison of manuscript and cursive handwriting speed in fifth and sixth grade students: A pilot study. Open Journal of Occupational Therapy, 4(2), 1–9.

Zachry, A. H.,Chappell, L. H., Cox, V. H., Lopez, E. H., Mitchell, A. W., & Woodard, L. (2015). Differences in angry behaviors of precrawling and crawling infants. Journal of Education and Human Development. 4(2), 67–72.

Zachry, A. H.,Goldman, R. L., Gordon, N. F., Lancaster, S. L., Simpson, K. B., & Springer, S. K. (2015). Differences in happiness after early crawling experience. Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 5(2), 8–13.

Zachry, A. H., & Mitchell, A. W. (2012). Goal-directed actions and early experience with crawling. Occupation, Participation & Health, 32, 48–55.

Zachry, A. H., & Kitzmann, K. M. (2011). Caregiver awareness of prone play recommendations. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 65, 101–105.

Zachry, A. H., & Kitzmann, K. M. (2010). Disparities in sleep position awareness and compliance. Southern Medical Journal, 103, 311–15.

Peer-Reviewed Practice Articles

(Note: Student names are underlined.)

Fabrizi, S., Riley, B., & Zachry, A. H. (2017). Building partnerships with pediatricians, OT Practice, 22(13), 19–21.

Zachry, A. H.,Allen, K., Dickey, C., & Moore, H. (2016). Opening a student-run pro bono occupational therapy clinic, OT Practice, 21(21), 22–24.

Zachry, A. H., Booker, K., & Woods, L. (2015). Innovation in action! Utilizing simulation experiences to enrich occupational therapy education. OT Practice, 20(15), 2–22.

Zachry, A. H., & Flick, J. (2015). Occupational therapists: Every day leaders. OT Practice, 20(1), 10–20.

Zachry, A. H., & Slaughter, S. (2013). Educating caregivers about the importance of tummy time. OT Practice,  18(2), 18–19.

Zachry, A. H. (2013). Key author of AOTA brochure: Establishing tummy time routines to enhance your baby’s development. 

Zachry, A. H. (2011). Sensory writing: A team approach to handwriting instruction. OT Practice, 16, 7–8.

Zachry, A. H. (1999). Hand in hand with parents. OT Practice, Bethesda, MD.

Professional Presentations

Zachry, A. H., Oral Presentation. Tennessee Occupational Therapy Association Conference, "Sensory Processing: An Overview.” Nashville, TN. (September 12, 2021). 

Zachry, A. H., Booker, K., Lancaster, S. L. Oral Presentation. (2020). Empathetic Listening: An Unexpected Outcome of a Pediatric Simulation Encounter for Occupational Therapy Students. AOTA Educational Summit Conference, Online. 

Zachry, A. H., Woods, L., Oral Presentation. Tennessee Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, "Handwriting and Occupational Therapy in the Schools.," Nashville, TN. (October 5, 2018).

Zachry, A. H., Flick, J., Jones, T., Richey, P., Oral Presentation. Presenter, Author, Author, Author, Delta Clinical and Translational Science Health Disparities Conference, "The Early Steps Project: Occupational Therapy in a Pediatric Primary Care Setting," Jackson, MS. (August 19, 2018). 

Zachry, A. H., Flick, J., Oral Presentation. Presenter, Presenter, American Occupational Therapy Association National Conference, "OT in Pediatric Primary Care," Salt Lake City, UT. (April 21, 2018). 

 

Last Published: Sep 28, 2021