Preceptor of the Year goes to DSH OT




The Occupational Therapy Team at Divine Savior Healthcare is a dedicated team working every day to help individuals with physical and cognitive deficits gain independence in daily life tasks. Whether helping a patient or working with students wanting to gain better insight into the occupational therapy profession, their passion and commitment to helping others shines through and doesn’t go unnoticed.

This year the DSH Occupational Therapy Team was awarded the 2017 Preceptor of the Year award from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Occupational Therapy Program. On Thursday, September 28th, 2017 the team was invited to the UW Occupational Therapy Program’s annual Caroline Goss Thompson Memorial Lecture and Reception. Here they were surrounded by their colleagues from all over Wisconsin and were presented with this award of excellence.

The UW Occupational Therapy Program noted in their “OT Matters” publication, “During the event, UW-Madison’s OT Program each year recognizes a person, or a group of people, who excel at instructing and supervising UW-Madison OT students during their field experiences.

In 2017, the Preceptor of the Year award is going to the Occupational Therapy Team at Divine Savior Healthcare.

This dedicated and talented team serves the rural community of Portage, Wisconsin, and its surrounding area, and includes therapists in the settings of outpatient, acute care, skilled nursing and home health.”

Thank you to Divine Savior’s Occupational Therapy team for your service excellence and for helping future occupational therapy leaders excel! Congratulations to: Traci Campion, Peggy Dalton, Amy Hall, Kayla Wolff, Samantha Krebs, Jenny Krey, Kali Shepard, Nicole Sletten, Florina Slevoaca, Alison Tobison, David Vorpahl and Karissa Youra. 


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