Jessica J. Bolduc

Jessica received her Master’s degree from the University of New England in 2005 and doctorate in 2013 from Nova Southeastern University. Her clinical experience crosses the continuum of care from acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient rehabilitation, skilled nursing and home health. Her primary practice area is physical dysfunction, and has interest in neuro-rehabilitation and research. In recent years, Jessica has served as adjunct professor at local graduate OT programs in Maine. Jessica’s leadership history includes serving as Vice President for the Vermont OT association for two years and moved onward to serve as President for three years. During this last year of her presidency, Jessica was selected to join the first cohort of the Emerging Leaders Development Program at AOTA. Shortly thereafter, Jessica was appointed to the Emerging Leaders Development Committee at AOTA. After fulfilling this term, Jessica was appointed to the Volunteer Leadership Development Committee where she still serves. Jessica is also active within the Maine Occupational Therapy Association.

Honors/Awards
Alpha Eta Richard E. Davis Service Award  
AOTA Service Commendation (Member ELDP committee) 
Nu Sigma Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Eta Society - Induction
University of New England’s Young Alumni Recipient Award                                      
AOTA Service Commendation (ASAP - State President)

Publications
Articles                                                                                                                                               
Bolduc, J., & Robnett, R. (2015). Usefulness of the ManageMed Screen an the Screening for Self-Medication Safety Post Stroke for Assessing Medication Management Capacity for Clients Post Stroke. The Internet Journal Of Allied Health and Sciences and Practice, 13(2).

Bolduc, J., Brewster, K., & Reid, S. (2012). Neuromuscular electrical stimulation and task-specific training after stroke: Putting evidence into practice: a case report. OT Practice, 17(22), 11-14.

Bolduc, J., & Lawrence, S. (2011). Individualized Constraint Induced Movement Therapy Protocol for an Adult with Acute Cerebral Vascular Accident, Hemiparesis and Apraxia: A Case Report. OT Practice, 16(5), 12-16.

Text Book Chapters
Bolduc, J. (in pres). Screening, evaluation and referral. Occupational Therapy Essentials for Clinical Competence. Thorofare, NJ: Slack Inc.

Robnett, R., & Bolduc J. (2013). The cognitive and psychological changes associated with aging. Gerontology for the HealthCare Practitioner. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Publishing.

Robnett, R., Bolduc, J., & Murray, J. (2013). Functional performance in later life: Basic sensoryperceptual and physical changes associated with aging. Gerontology for the HealthCare Practitioner.  Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Publishing.

MacRae, N., & Bolduc, J. (2013). Sexuality and aging. Gerontology for the HealthCare Practitioner. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Publishing.

Bolduc, J. (2013). Screening, evaluation and referral. Occupational Therapy Essentials for Clinical Competence. Thorofare, NJ: Slack Inc.

Education

Dr. OT

Nova Southeastern University

2013

MSOT

University of New England

2005

B.S.

University of New England

2004

Board Certifications and Licenses

Vermont State OT License

Maine State OT License

NBCOT 2006

Expertise

Physical Dysfunction: Neurologic Population; Standardized Assessments

leadership

research

Research

Current Research

Consultant on research project Self-Referenced Personal Omni-Purpose
Orthotic Control Interface (SPOOCI)

Case Report on the use of neuromuscular electrical stimulation with a client post stroke _ manuscript in process

Research Interests

Neuromuscular electrical stimuation

Selected Publications

Bolduc, J., & Lawrence, S. (2011). Case Report on an Individualized Constraint Induced Movement Therapy Protocol for an Adult with Acute Cerebral Vascular Accident, Hemiparesis and Apraxia: A Case Report. OT Practice,16(5), 12-16.

Bolduc, J. (2009). State Spotlight on Vermont: VOTA prepares for the move to a single-payer system.  Advance for OT Practitioners, 25(5).

Jessica bolduc

Jessica J. Bolduc

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DrOT, MSOTR/L

OT Adjunct Faculty

Portland Campus

750 Stevens Avenue

jbolduc@une.edu

(207) 221-4101

On Campus