Leverage your connections!! The institution where you obtained your OT degree may offer alumni benefits - ask.
Free or low-cost access to a community college's or university's library; usually available to mentors, preceptors, or fieldwork supervisors - ask! Examples include:
Fogler Library, University of Maine, Orono
Kennebec Valley Community College
Are you employed or affiliated with a hospital? Many have libraries available to staff. You can check if your library is a member of the North Atlantic Health Sciences Libraries group.
Get your own subscription to an OT index, then use your local libraries to get the article.
OT Search - Fee-based bibliographic database from AOTA/AOTF covering the literature of occupational therapy and related subject areas. The full-text of the indexed resources is NOT in database. Discounted for AOTA members.
OTDbase - Fee-based database that contains over 10,000 abstracts from more than 20 global OT journals since 1970. First month is $10.
OTseeker (free) - OTseeker is a database that contains abstracts of systematic reviews relevant to occupational therapy interventions. You can sign up for alerts on specific topics.
OTs with Apps & Technology blog
App of the Week - register for a free subscription to Advance; see App Reviews
Apps for Occupational Therapy - free for AOTA members