One of the unique things about D’Youville as you may know is that we have so many different Health Professional programs on campus to choose from. Starting this year, many of us will have an opportunity to collaborate together during the Interprofessional Simulation Lab. During this lab, I learned more about what other programs are about and their role in healthcare. In celebration of Occupational Therapy Month, I decided to interview one of our third year OT students, Amanda Dragone, about the profession and her journey to become an OT.
Sure it might be rainy these days, but mid-April often reminds me of the excitement that is to come: outdoor jazz concerts, farmer’s markets, community events, and side-walk sales! Oh, and daffodils, let’s not forget about daffodils. Sure it’s not as vibrant as summer but you have to admit, the best feeling is anticipating fun around the corner. Like that moment when you’re almost done with exams and you know all your friends are waiting to hang out after? That feeling.
Have you heard of Dyngus Day? Quite frankly, I learned about it a few years ago when it made Anderson Cooper’s Ridiculist. In an attempt to learn about the culture that is Buffalo, I checked it out one faithful spring day last year.