Occupational therapy practitioners know that sometimes to make a difference, thinking outside of the box is necessary. AOTA Board Member Melissa Tilton, OTA, BS, COTA, ROH, took this mentality to a new level on Monday night when she took her mission of promoting the profession to new heights.
Or should we say, distance?
In Fenway Park.
In front of thousands of cheering baseball fans.
Throwing out the ceremonial first pitch, Tilton kicked off Boston Red Sox Rehabilitation Night. The evening created by the baseball organization was originally advertised to recognize, “PTs, OTs, and SLPs” according to a social media posting passed along to her ...