JEANETTE KOSKI, OTD portrait
  • Academic Fieldwork Coordinator, Occupational & Recreational Therapies
  • Associate Professor (Lecturer), Occupational & Recreational Therapies

Current Courses

Fall 2021

  • OC TH 6320-001
    Tech as Occupation
  • OC TH 6400-001
    Clinical Intern Sem-I
  • OC TH 6440-001
    Clinical Internship-II
  • OC TH 6460-001
    Clinical Internship-III
  • OC TH 6980-006
    Special Workshops

Summer 2021

Spring 2021

Professional Organizations

  • American Occupational Therapy Association. 07/01/2019 - present. Position : Secretary, ASAP Steering committee.
  • Utah Occupational Therapy Association. 07/01/2015 - 07/01/2019. Position : President.
  • American Occupational Therapy Association. 05/01/2013 - 05/01/2016. Position : FW EDSIS subsection chair.
  • American Occupational Therapy Association. 05/01/2008 - present. Position : Member.
  • Utah Occupational Therapy Association. 01/01/1999 - present. Position : Member.

Practice History

  • Stroke camp. 08/10/2018 - present .
  • Stroke Camp - 2 week intensive therapy camp for people post-stoke. 08/2012 - present .
  • Life Skills Clinic - Occupational Therapy services. 01/2012 - present .
  • Occupational Therapy at Life Skills Center. 09/2011 - present .
  • Life Skills Clinic - Community SCI program (in development) . 09/01/2011 - present .
  • Stroke Camp - 2 week intensive therapy camp for people post-stoke. 08/2005 - present .

Teaching Philosophy

I am a firm believer that I am educating my future colleagues.  I believe that the development of practice skills and professional behavior are essential to be an effective occupational therapist.  Developing clinical reasoning skills is as important as learning specific techniques.  This is because in the world of occupational therapy, no two clients are the same, no diagnosis follows the book and technology is constantly changing.  Students (as future practitioners) need to be able to assess problems and information and generate multiple solutions that meet individual clients needs. 

Current Students

  • Heather Meredith, Other, Project Type: Project. Role: Chair.