April is Occupational Therapy Month



Occupational therapy is a customized intervention used to improve daily activities of living like dressing, bathing and cooking in order to get patients back home and is very important part of healing for stroke patients. Ashley Eads, is an Occupational Therapist. She graduated from University of Southern Indiana in 2010. Ashley lives in Greencastle.  Ashley loves what she does because she gets to help residents do things they never thought they were going to be able to do again.  Ashley is active in her church, Mount Hebron House Of Prayer in Cloverdale.  Ashley enjoys to play on the girls’ softball league for her church. Ashley’s co-workers tell us she is great at trivia, and she’s a dare devil and loves to go sky diving.  Ashley’s proudest moments are being an Aunt to her niece Cabella and nephew Corbin. Jamie Langhan is a certified occupational therapy assistant. She has worked at Cloverleaf for 5 years. She graduated from the University of Southern Indiana.  Jamie states the best thing about what she does is helping the patients challenge themselves every day and she loves being the person who helps them overcome their challenges. Jamie also loves to go sky diving in her spare time. Lisa Ramey also works here at Cloverleaf as an occupational therapy assistant and has worked here for 5 years. Lisa’s favorite things to do are camping, hiking and traveling.  The best place Lisa has traveled thus far has been Red Wood Forest in California.