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Occupational Therapist Angela Box, MS, OTR, grew up in St. Charles, MO, and graduated with a Masters in Occupational Therapy from Maryville University in St. Louis in 2005. She and her husband moved to Oxford, MS in 2013 when my husband took a position at Ole Miss, and the couple now has 3 children - aged 6, 3, and 2 months. Angie says that she has always had a passion for pediatrics and as such, she has worked as an OT in early intervention, outpatient, and inpatient hospital settings. She says that she found her calling, though, as a school-based therapist through her work as the OT for the Oxford School District. Always looking for new and creative solutions to help children reach their full potential, Angie recognized a need for community resources and support for children and families with special needs and started Oxford Special Needs Creations in January of 2017.
On this episode of On the Air, Angie talks about her path into the field of OT, her work as a school-based OT, and her mission as the founder of a non-profit organization.
1/20/2019 12:24:51 am
Coming up with an organization is not easy because this is not about yourself. You will never be allowed to build an organization wherein you are the only one who will benefit from it. To run an organization means you need to be responsible with everything! You also need to be selfless. Based on my own understanding, we have the same outlooks towards starting a non-profit organization, that’s why these tips should be taken down by those who are still on the planning stage. It will never be easy I know, but all the hard works will soon pay off!
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