Ed.D., Adult Education, Oklahoma State University,
Stillwater, OK, 2003
M.A., Occupational Therapy Administration, Texas Women’s University, Denton,
B.S., Occupational Therapy, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma
City, OK, 1985
OCTH/PHTH 7522 Intro to Assist Tech (Course Coordinator)
OCTH 7443 Promoting Occupational Performance for People with Chronic Conditions (Course
OCTH 7322 Fieldwork I (Course Coordinator)
OCTH 7632 Fieldwork II (Course Coordinator)
OCTH 7723 Fieldwork III (Course Coordinator)
OCTH 7823 Fieldwork IV (Course Coordinator)
OCTH 7312 Contexts for Occupational Performance (Instructor)
Isaacson, M. (2011). Best practices by occupational and physical therapists performing seating and mobility evaluations. RESNA-Assistive Technology Journal, 23, 1.
Wilken, C. S. & Isaacson, M. (2005). Educating caregivers of geriatric rehabilitation consumers. Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation 21, 4, 263-274 (Invited Author).
Isaacson, M. (2005). Only the best. Journal of Rehab Management, 17, 34-37 (Invited Author).
Isaacson, M. (2003). Best practices by occupational and physical therapists performing seating and mobility evaluations.
Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Dissertation Services.
The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Commission on Continuing Competence and Professional Development (CCCPD) was charged with exploring the need for specialty certification in the area of seating and mobility. AOTA created an Ad Hoc panel of practitioners and researchers that practice in this area to explore and research the topic and make recommendations to the association. Dr. Mary Isaacson was a member of this committee.
2007 Awarded Occupational Therapist of the Year Award by the Oklahoma Occupational Therapy Association.
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Current Trends in OT Education
Seating and Mobility
Administration and Management
Adults with Developmental