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Our Founders, Dr. Said Nafai and Elizabeth Stevens-Nafai, are regular presenters at OT Conferences in the USA as well as travel to meet with dignitaries, educators, practitioners, and patients in Morocco and abroad.

October 2015

Massachusetts Association of Occupational Therapy (MAOT) Fall Conference, Norwood, MA


American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Conference & Expo, Chicago, IL


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Health, Wellness and Occupational Studies Students Participate in Distance Learning

Health, Wellness and Occupational Studies (HWOS) students in Biddeford and Morocco were involved in distance learning during a November class with Elizabeth Francis-Connolly, Ph.D., OTR, FAOTA, Dean of Westbrook College of Health Professions, and Dr. Said Nafai OTD, OTR/L CLT, Adjunct Professor of Occupational Science...


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UNE Health, Wellness & Occupational Studies Students Visit Morocco


Five UNE students in the Health, Wellness and Occupational Studies (HWOS) program recently visited several health and human services agencies in Morocco as part of a course in occupational science taught by Professor Dr. Said Nafai OTD, OTR/L CLT. Dr. Nafai, who has dual-citizenship in Morocco and the U.S., is working to establish the profession of occupational therapy in Morocco. 


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The Role of Occupational Therapist in Jordan


Occupational therapy (OT) is a developing profession that has only been introduced to Jordanian hospitals 18 years ago.


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American Journal of Occupational Therapy (AJOT)


The American Journal of Occupational Therapy (AJOT), an official publication of the American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc., is published 7 times per year. This peer-reviewed journal focuses on research, practice, and health care issues in the field of occupational therapy and is the premiere journal for occupational therapy research.


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Dr. Said Nafai with patient Touria. This is the first time Touria fed herself since her Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) in March, 2015. She was able to do this with the help of the universal cuff I made for her. Sadly, she lost her child in the same rockslide that caused her SCI. Feeding herself gave her some sense of independence and will make life for her and her mother much easier. She was able to sign her name for the first time.