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

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

When a Cure Is Not Possible

All my years of training, both medical and theological,

Waiting on Saturday for Sunday’s Redemption

In the midst of our Saturdays of waiting, we

They Are More than Their ‘Rehab Potential’

I am a pediatric occupational therapist, and I play