Dr. Radloff has been working in the field of occupational therapy since 1992. Her practice experience includes working in hospitals, outpatient facilities, skilled nursing facilities, home health care, and community-based settings with a variety of diagnoses. She received advanced training in lymphedema in 1999. Additionally, she has advanced certification as a certified driver rehabilitation specialist through Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists since 2006. She is a Car-Fit Instructor and provides training at the national, state, and local level. In 2018, she joined the Occupational Therapy Department at AdventHealth University. Her research interests include adaptive driving and community mobility, interprofessional education, cardiac rehab, vision rehab, and best pedagogy practices. Dr. Radloff provides instruction in Neuroscience Applications, Geriatric Practice, Physical Disabilities Practice, Culminating Assessment and Treatment, as well as advisement of student research projects.
- Kim, Y.J., Radloff, J.C., Stokes, C.K., & Lysaght, C.R. (2018). Interprofessional education for health science students’ attitudes and readiness to work interprofessionally. Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bjpt.2018.09.003
- Radloff, J.C., & Houston, H. (2018). Transfers Across the Continuum: Safety and Management. In A.J. Mahle & A.L. Ward, Adult Physical Conditions: Intervention Strategies for Occupational Therapy Assistants. FA Davis.
- Radloff, J.C., Kaminski, K., & Dickerson, A. (2016). Driving and Community Mobility Skills Building Bootcamp: Skill Building Activities for Individuals with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder. OT Practice, 21(13), 8–14.
- Radloff, J.C. (2015), Occupational Therapy's Role in Addressing Driving and Community Mobility with Older Adults and Medically-at-Risk Aging Adults. Educational Module available to AOTA members via the AOTA Learn website
- Radloff, J.C. (2014). Book review Driving and community mobility: Occupational therapy strategies across the lifespan. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 28(2), 229-230.