Alterio, C.J. ABC Therapeutics Occupational Therapy Blog Retrieved from http://abctherapeutics.blogspot.com
Tigges, K.N., Marcil, W.M., and Alterio, C.J. (1992). Caring for someone in your home. Buffalo: Mast Health Group.
Presentations (abbreviated sampling since 2000):
Alterio,C.J. et al. (2013, April). What's new in digital and social media for OTs? Panel presentation at the annual conference of the American Occupational Therapy Association, San Diego, California
Alterio, C.J. et.al. (2012, April). Using social media resources effectively, efficiently, and ethically. Panel presentation at the annual conference of the American Occupational Therapy Association, Indianapolis, IN.
Alterio, C.J. (2005, October). The NBCOT Certification Renewal Program and proposals for continuing competency requirements in NY State. Presentation at NYSOTA Conference, Fishkill, NY.
Alterio, C.J. (2004, November). Evidence-based practice in early intervention occupational therapy. Presentation at NYSOTA Conference, Rochester, NY.
Alterio, C.J. (2004, April). A Historical Analysis of the Occupation of Writing and its Application to Occupational Science. Paper presented at Occupational Science Symposium, Warm Springs, OR.
Alterio, C.J. (2001). The Impact of Sensory Processing on the Development of Childhood Occupations. Presentation at Future Horizon's Autism/Asperger's 2001, Buffalo, NY.
Alterio, C.J. (2001). A Therapist’s Experience: Child Passenger Safety for Children with Special Needs. NY State Governor's Traffic Safety Commission, Queens, NY
Alterio, C.J. (2000). Comprehensive Assessment for Safe Transportation of Children with Special Needs. Presentation at Children's Hospital, Minneapolis MN.
|Fall 2013||OCC471.1: Occupational and Assessment Intervention In Childhood I||MW||9:35 AM - 11:00 AM|
|Fall 2013||OCC471L.1: Lab - OA Childhood||M||2:35 PM - 4:00 PM|
|Fall 2013||OCC471L.2: Lab - OA Childhood||W||2:35 PM - 4:00 PM|
|Fall 2013 (ASAP)||OCC515.1: Leadership and Management Issues for Occupational Therapy I||MW||1:00 PM - 2:00 PM|