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CSU Founders of OT

William Rush Dunton Jr A psychologist, known as "the father of Occupational Therapy" Studied Moral treatment, and worked at Sheppard Asylum.
Eleanor Clarke Slagle Trained at Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy at Hull House. Appointed to direct the OT dept at John Hopkins Hospital by Adolf Meyer. Advocated habit training.
George Edward Barton An architect, who after having tuberculosis and paralysis, used occupations to treat himself. Founded Consolation House. First Pres. of AOTA
Susan Cox Johnson An arts and crafts teacher and advocate for the use of crafts in OT
Thomas Bessell Kidner A Canadian Archatect. He developed manaul arts programs for elementary schools and then as vocational secretary of the Military Hospital Commission, he created a way for soldiers to return to work or learn a new vocation
Isabel Newton, Barton's secretary at the time. He married her later
Susan Tracy She did NOT attend the first meeting of NSPOT, but was elected to membership. A nurse, interested in activity analysis. She advocated use of occupations in pts homes as well as in hospitals
William Rush Dunton, Jr staff psychiatrist at Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Asylum in Baltimore. Interested in Moral Tx.
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