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OTAC Colorado
16:07
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Julie Silver Seidle
16:32
Welcome and THANK YOU for joining us!
OTAC Colorado
39:42
Please stay muted until Natalie opens up for questions - thanks!
marci Penner
49:02
Any suggestions specific to sleep deprivation due to menopause? I have tried everything short of HRT, which I won’t take. :(
Melissa Weiser-Rose
50:01
Natalie, hi looking for a good sleep questionnaire to get discussion going.
Jake Major
50:36
Thoughts on a sleeping aid such as brown/white noise machine?
BLU JACOBS
50:40
can you put up references and resources
Amy Kashiwa
51:00
I am also curious about standardized assessments or tools
Cass Stevenson
51:18
How did you get into sleep studies?
Drew
51:57
Will this recording be available for re-listen?
OTAC Colorado
52:32
Drew - yes I will post it to the OTAC website under Events --> Conversations That Matter Series. It will be up by the end of the week!
Melissa Weiser-Rose
52:36
are these free?
Drew
53:02
Thanks so much!
Anna Guittar
53:04
hello there! a lot of us have had to increase our virtual time (hi me) with everything going on. Any opinion on blue light glasses? Best practices for breaks?
marci Penner
53:32
Have you found that calming, quiet music is helpful for sleep, or do you find that even calming, soft music is alerting?
Melissa Weiser-Rose
54:48
Any other basic sleep hygiene resources that may be good to recommend to patients
Janice Hinds
58:22
other than "personal preference" or temperature regulation, do you have comments on weighted blankets, flannel vs cotton vs silk sheets, types and numbers of pillows, pjs (or none!) or staying in day lounge-wear like sweats (thinking of clients who stay in the same clothes 24+ hours/day); thank you!
Brooke Wimer
58:40
Can you share a little more about CBT-I?
Julie Silver Seidle
01:05:24
YESSSS!!!!
marci Penner
01:05:43
Natalie, you are a great speaker! Thank you!!
Natalie Rolle
01:06:35
natalie06190527@gmail.comNatalie.rolle@colostate.edu
Alison Dwyer
01:07:42
Such great information! Thank you Natalie!
Janice Hinds
01:08:53
yeah, mattresses in the hospital setting, and those dang "pillows" are a problem for clients.
Drew
01:08:53
I thoroughly enjoyed the presentation—thanks Natalie!
Jake Major
01:09:31
Thank you Natalie! Great presentation!
Janice Hinds
01:09:38
Thank you for sharing your expertise and enthusiasm.
Terri Cassidy
01:10:15
Thank you Natalie! Great job!
Amy Kashiwa
01:10:15
Relevant and excellent presentation. Thank you SO MUCH!
Melissa Weiser-Rose
01:10:25
great discussion, any other helpful hints or resources