Sarah Lyon with Djaka Blais-Amare: Unfunded: Black Communities Overlooked by Canadian Philanthropy
The Fundraising Everywhere Podcast
On this episode Sarah Lyon (@SAPL) chats to Djaka Blais-Amare about Unfunded: Black Communities Overlooked by Canadian Philanthropy. Prepared by the Network for the Advancement of Black Communities and Carleton’s Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership Program, the report provides the first in-depth examination of the relationship between Canadian philanthropy and Black communities. Djaka Blais-Amare is Director, Grants and Racial Equity Strategy with Calgary Foundation and member of the Working Group to establish the Foundation for Black Communities Link to the Report: Foundation for Black Community (FFBC) – Helping to empower Canadian black people! (forblackcommunities.org)email: email@example.comTwitter/Facebook: @FdnBlkComm @AmareDjaka @lib_abo @DrJosephJSmith @rldarwentLinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/djaka-blais-amare-she-her-4ab02521/website: www.forblackcommunities.org
35: Writing for Architectural Digest and Facebook Marketplace Tips with Sarah Lyon
This freelance writer has great tips for you from getting that first job to levereging Facebook marketplace to buy and sell goods. Tune on in! linktr.ee/mintydreams instagram.com/mintydreamspodcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mintydreams/support
Find Juniper's research at https://www.lumiereconsulting.ca/publications Connect with Juniper on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/juniperglass/) Find Sarah Lyon, CFRE on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SAPL) and LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahlyoncfre/).
Ep. 39 - Digestible Research with an Innovative Journal Club ft Sarah Lyon
Home Health Occupational Therapy Explorer (aka Till and Water)
Sarah Lyon*, OTR/L and founder of OTpotential.com is also a leader, community-builder, and a Nebraska-creative. She joins us for entertaining and practice-shifting dialogue on research, beginnings, and even summer camp. Join us for the funny and sincere stories that started as a friendship between two camp counselors in Nebraska. Tune in for how Sarah's mission with the OT Journal Club is well equipped to serve the hungry home health OT. *This episode was recorded in 2019 and is a wrap up episode for Season 2. Want to plug into our creative journey? Sign up and shop at www.tillandwater.com. MASSIVE SPOTLIGHT to an option for stirring up a new focus for your life to bounce into a fruitful, wise and positive direction. Hire a personal coach or trainer for your team at www.8togreat.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. LINKS + TOOLS mentions: COTAD.org: Coalition of Occupational Therapy Advocates for Diversity https://otpotential.com/ot-potential-club Sarah's cutting-edge, practice-shifting journal club and community. A few articles you may enjoy, written JUST for the home health OT... OT Productivity Hacks from a Home Health OT Occupational Therapy and Flow: Combating Burnout 3 Motivational Interviewing Strategies Tips for OTs Eating Lunch on the Go --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/homehealthotexplorer/message
Episode 5: University of Wisconsin (ft. Dr. Katherine Shaum, Dr. Sarah Lyon, & Dr. Pradeep Attaluri)
Doctority: Plastic Surgery
Learn about the integrated plastic surgery residency program at the University of Wisconsin (in Madison, WI) with three residents: Dr. Katherine Shaum, Dr. Sarah Lyon, and Dr. Pradeep Attaluri. Recorded in May 2020.
Episode 21: Sarah Lyon on The Unlimited Potential in OT Entrepreneurship
Mind Your OT Business
The fabulous Sarah Lyon is an occupational therapist and founder of the OT Potential Club, an online membership site dedicated to helping all occupational therapists implement evidence-based practice. Since Sarah and I recorded this episode only 2 short weeks ago, so much has changed. The COVID-19 virus pandemic resulted in the cancellation of the AOTA conference, followed by a “shelter in place” mandate in my area. At this time, we are only allowed to leave our homes for essentials (like groceries or medicine) or to recreate outdoors while practicing social distancing. There is just so much uncertainty, in our families and communities and especially in our businesses. If you are a business owner feeling uncertain and anxious - we are all in this together. Don’t do it alone! Reach out and find community- it is so important during this time! I believe this episode is the positive boost you need right now. Sarah is such an optimistic person and it’s so interesting how serendipitous it is that this is the episode I had previously scheduled to release in the midst of all this. Sarah has so much optimism for our profession and for the potential of our profession to do such great things in the world. The world needs what we have to offer as occupational therapists. We will survive this and we will emerge stronger than ever! Sarah and I discuss: ● Sarah shares how OT Potential started and how it looks today. ● Starting her blog and monetizing it. ● The resources that are available in the OT Potential Club. ● Surprises she has found out in her research. ● How OTs will be more valued in the future. ● Sarah shares the critical things she did to replace her clinical income with her website in a span of 5 years. ● Why affiliate marketing is not passive income. ● Why it’s important to use evidence-based practice. ○ Recommended Video: OT Potential Club ● Why being a business owner is not for everyone ● The importance of being members of our state and national (AOTA) professional organizations. ● The biggest failure she has had in her business and her advice about working with contractors. ● Things that are going well in her business and what she recommends for others to have the same success. Connect with Sarah and all her resources at: ● OT Potential Website ● OT Potential Club ● OT Potential Podcast Want to discuss this episode? Join us on the new Mind Your OT Business Group on Facebook for discussion on topics from this episode! Let’s support one another through these unprecedented times.
One of your favourite guest hosts returns! Sarah Lyons, CFRE (twitter.com/SAPL) takes over the podcast to chat to Juniper Locilento, MPNL, CFRE (twitter.com/JBerri) about trust in the charity sector. As a follow up, watch Juniper testifying in front of the Canadian Senate Committee on the Charitable Sector: https://vimeo.com/325194512 And read more on "Catalyst for Change: A Roadmap to a Stronger Charitable Sector": https://sencanada.ca/en/info-page/parl-42-1/cssb-catalyst-for-change/
Unlocking the Potential of Occupational Therapy with Sarah Lyon
OT 4 Lyfe
Sarah and Sarah discussSarah’s love of OT history memorabiliaThe Healing Heart: The Story of Ora Ruggles Pioneer in Occupational TherapyWhat sparked her interest in evidence and research?Changes in evidence and research over the past decadeHer personal and professional connection to evidenceEvidenced-based practice as a tool to guide clinical practiceOT Potential Club: https://otpotential.com/ot-potential-clubWeekly article reviewExpanding evidence outside of OTTeaming up with a research librarianImpact factors50 Most Influential OT Articles: https://otpotential.com/blog/influential-ot-research-articlesForum to promote community engagementTypes of evidenceBarriers to using evidence in practiceNBCOT Evidenced-based Resources: https://www.nbcot.org/en/Certificants/CertificationAdvice for therapists wanting to incorporate evidence into their practiceMost memorable OT momentContact Her:Email: email@example.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/otpotentialInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/otpotential/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/otpotentialcom/OT Potential: https://otpotential.com/OT Potential Podcast: https://otpotential.com/ot-potential-podcast