MyOTStride was a website and app I built with my friend and roommate Kiran Edwardson. Kiran started the work at HackingHealth Ottawa and brought me on to help lead on the technical side of things. The idea of the app was to provide an easier way for occupational therapists to connect with their clients, as well as create a logging system that allowed easy graphing of progress in various indication markers over time.

There were two versions of the site: an app for the clients to use, and a website for the OTs to use. The app was built in React Native to allow for cross platform support, and the website was built in React. Both were connected to an Express API which used a PostgreSQL database.

The app was used in a study with Queens University. You can view a presentation of the findings here: