The Author

Kelly Mott* works as an occupational therapist in neonatal and pediatric intensive care units. She graduated with a master's in theology from Reformed Theological Seminary and believes all people are made in the image of God and worthy of care and dignity. She is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in occupational therapy to better serve her patients in the future. [*Note: Due to the sensitivity of her work, “Kelly Mott” is a pseudonym.]
 

My Daily Fight at the Hospital

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My dad wants me to quit my job. And to work there forever.

When a Cure Is Not Possible

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All my years of training, both medical and theological,

Waiting on Saturday for Sunday’s Redemption

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In the midst of our Saturdays of waiting, we

They Are More than Their ‘Rehab Potential’

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I am a pediatric occupational therapist, and I play
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