After two weeks, I am so happy to release my Vlog #2 (five minutes) that aims to talk about “The Five Responses the Public Give When They Learn You Are an Occupational Therapist”. I have identified five common responses I have received in the past 12 years (as an OT student and professional combined) from people when they knew about my job as an occupational therapist:
1) So, ano ba ang difference ng OT sa PT? (English: So what is the difference between OT and PT?)
2) Mahilig ka ba mag-"overtime”? (English: Do you like doing “overtime" at work?)
3) Magaling ka siguro magmasahe? (English: You must be good in doing massage?)
4) Uy, yung kapitbahay namin may SpEd na anak, pwede mo ba turuan? (English: Hey, my neighbor has a “special child”, can you teach him/er?)
5) Ay, diba in-demand yan, mabilis yumaman yung mga OT lalo na sa abroad? (English: Isn’t OT in-demand? They easily get rich especially abroad.)
URL of Vlog #2: https://youtu.be/Txv1Fi-boZo
If I missed anything in this Vlog entry, please feel free to comment your insights below. I am hoping that somehow this Vlog gave the public a better understanding about occupational therapists. Yes to a better informed, educated, and aware Filipino public! :)
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Thank you so much to the ~2.2K FB viewers, ~100 YT viewers, and 10 YT subscribers (at least meron, he-he) from my first Vlog. Maraming salamat din sa friends, colleagues, and social media friends who are encouraging me to do more teaching using social media. To God be the glory!
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