Mubu and his friend Kookoo-ah-choo live out their values of friendship and sharing talents with others in this holiday tale. Kookoo uses her gift of song to lift the spirits of people around the town. Mubu earnestly advocates for Kookoo with Santa. This story speaks to the spirit of Christmas and how we can spread it to others.
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Stephen Nawotniak OTR/L has a Self Designed Masters from Buffalo State College and a Masters in Occupational Therapy from Utica College. For 8 month’s he hiked, biked, sailed and canoed from Buffalo, NY to Key West, FL. He gave presentations to over 1000 youth on the values of volunteerism and education and completed over 230 hours of community service along the way.
Living WITH a condition, not just coping with an illness is the focus of Stephen Nawotniak, OTR/L. Stephen blends his personal experiences of rebuilding his life after 2 hospitalizations for his bipolar condition and professional experiences as an occupational therapist to share skills and systems to accommodate needs and enjoy a desired quality of life.
His award winning Mubu the Morph children’s book series speaks to the inner journey we all face as we discover our purpose. In his is book Handbook for Healthy Living with a Mood Disorder, Stephen shares his journey with authenticity and vulnerability to provide hope for those suffering from depression, anxiety and bipolar conditions and help for them to take back their lives. He has committed to use his experiences to help break down the stigma associated with mental illness and demystify the experience of a mood disorder. Stephen currently lives and practices Occupational Therapy in Buffalo, NY.