Margaret (Meg) Waskiewicz is the supervisor of the Adult Outpatient Neurological occupational therapy unit where she primarily treats complex vision and concussion patients and has had an active role in the concussion center at Rusk. Along with her clinical experience she also is an adjunct professor teaching both at NYU and LIU-Brooklyn. She will be speaking in the fall at the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine conference and at the American Academy of Physical Medicine &Rehabilitation Annual Assembly Session. Last year, she was in China to provide education on the role of occupational therapy in rehabilitation and in a hospital setting. In this interview, Meg discusses acute and chronic visual problems stemming from traumatic brain injury and how occupational therapy modalities are being used in China.