Ways to Obtain Evidence Based Practice Resources for Occupational Therapy - The OT Toolbox
As Occupational Therapy practitioners, we value evidence-backed resources to use in clinical practice intervention and evaluation. But finding evidence-based resources can be a struggle for therapists. There are many reasons for difficulties in finding this information including time, effort, cost, opportunities, availability of resources, and other issues. Below you will find various ways to obtain ... Read more
What's in My Therapy Box?: 60+ Supplies for School-Based OTs
Occupational therapy is amazing because, with a little creative thinking, you can use pretty much anything as a tool for therapy! This is really helpful when it comes to school-based OT. If your job is anything like mine, then you know that we often find ourselves working on a variety of skill areas with tons...Read More »
Documentation & Data Collection For Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Resources, Forms, and Tools for planning and documenting Pediatric Occupational Therapeutic Interventions and Data Collection/Progress. Includes Assessment Checklists and Documentation Forms for Ongoing Intervention.
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Back-to-School Backpack Safety Tips Infographic - e-Learning Infographics
The Back-to-School Backpack Safety Tips Infographic explains what can happen to your kid’s body from traveling with all of that extra weight on their backs.
Developmental Language Disorder - what areas might be affected? Many but not all children with Developmental Language Disorder have difficulties with understanding. This infographic provides a small, simplified explanation of comprehension. SLT detailed assessment can determine clarity around a child's speech, language and communication profile. Information in this infographic is not exhaustive and aims to provide insight into what you might see a child doing.