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This template is ideas for students who respond to color-coding or like 2-lined paper. Sections are college-rule sized. Print in gray-scale or color. Dyslexia Dysgraphia Note Taking Study Skills Test Prep Tutoring High School Middle School Jr. Junior High Cornell Notes Color Coding Executive Fu
I created this table for my own personal use while learning upper extremity manual muscle testing. Use as a study tool or keep on hand as a reminder in practice.
Nine simple, easy-to-read handouts highlighting the developmental milestones for children ages:- 6 months- 9 months- 1 year- 18 months- 2 years- 3 years- 4 years- 5 years- 6 yearsEach page discusses common sensory, cognitive, gross motor, fine motor, language, social-emotional, and self-care milesto
A great handout for students to have to study for that checks and balances test!
This worksheet helps the student learn to print the Dolch sight words properly. Each Pre-primer Dolch sight word is listed with a letter drawing boundary around each letter. The student must print each letter in the same boundary below the sight word. This worksheet helps the student understand the
Students often rush through their written work making careless mistakes - Missing punctuation, forgetting proper capitalization, etc. But it doesn't stop there, we need to be able to read what they wrote. This checklist allows your student to go beyond these aspects and also check their neatness. It
Teach students the importance of knowing BODY PART WORDS and how to spell when looking for the hidden words within a TILE LETTER Pattern allowing students to learn the score of the word when playing the many TILE LETTER board/mobile application games.STUDENTS can begin to create their very own TILE
Rehab, Rehabilitation, Acute Rehabilitation, Acute Rehab, Inpatient Rehab, Adult Rehab, Acute Therapist, Acute, ICU, Occupational Therapy, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapy, Physical Therapist, Speech Therapy, Speech Therapist, Fieldwork I, Fieldwork II, Clinicals, Clinical Rotations, OT Scho
This PDF includes resources for OTs and OT students working with neuro patients.Included in the PDF:✔︎ Common stroke symptoms based on brain regions affected✔︎ F.A.S.T.✔︎ Scapular Mobilizations✔︎ DysphagiaYour download is a PDF digital download, available as soon as your purchase is complete. The PDF is
This PDF includes safety precautions for rehabilitation practitioners, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and therapy students and techs!Included in the PDF:✔︎ Posterior Hip Precautions✔︎ Anterior Hip Precautions✔︎ Weight-Bearing Statuses✔︎ Ambulation with a Rolling Walker with a surgical leg
These goal writing tips will walk you through:✔︎ Appropriate vocabulary to use when goal writing, and what to avoid✔︎ How to create goals in various settings, within 6 different intervention approaches✔︎ Examples of goals within each intervention approach✔︎ Simplifies the goal writing process for OT stu
A fact sheet that identifies a methodical stage-based sequence to identifying the types of paper and pencils to use with early writers.Includes:Paper choice guideWhich pencils to choose24mm spaced lined paper18mm spaced lined paper24mm dotted thirds24mm Earth paper18mm Earth paperThere is no researc
190+ Quick Review Facts - CTRS Certification Exam (Recreational Therapy Services)All the important facts that you need to know compiled in an easy-to-understand compact format study review notes. Learn and review on the go! Use Quick Review Study Notes to help you learn or brush up on the subject qu
The following Early Years full year assessment schedule and scope and sequence outlines have been provided as a general term-by-term guide from which schools can adapt their scheduling. While some students will progress faster and some slower, these plans should be considered for the bulk of student
This set of 7 occupational therapy educational resources are perfect for studying and educating clients on neurological topics including:- Spinal Cord Injury- Spinal Cord Injury Levels & Function- Cerebrovascular Accident- Traumatic Brain Injury- Neuromuscular Diseases- Neuropathies of the Hand-
This set of 6 occupational therapy educational resources are perfect for studying and educating clients on orthopedic and medical topics including:- Orthopedic Impairments- Signs of Shoulder Injury- Orthopedic Injuries of the Hand- Burn Rehabilitation- Medical Conditions- Cardiopulmonary Conditions*
This set of 8 occupational therapy educational resources are perfect for studying and educating clients on orthopedic and medical topics including:- Adult Function Evaluation- Supervision & Teamwork- Splinting- Wheelchair Seating & Mobility- Physical Agent Modalities- Infection Control &
This set of 4 occupational therapy educational resources are perfect for studying and educating clients on orthopedic and medical topics including:- Psychopathology- Psychosocial Frames of Reference- Pediatric Function Evaluation- School-Based OT Services*Resources are not endorsed by or affiliated
This set of 25 occupational therapy educational resources are perfect for studying and educating clients on a plethora of different topics including:- Spinal Cord Injury- Spinal Cord Injury Levels & Function- Cerebrovascular Accident- Traumatic Brain Injury- Neuromuscular Conditions- Neuropathie
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A cheat sheet to help you understand what liquid and solid texture to trial with a patient, when to trial it, and what contraindications to be aware of before trying. Do you know when to trial thin fluid by cup? What does this information tell you, and is it appropriate for this patient? Now you wil
Goal Writing, SMART goals, COAST goals, RHUMBA goals, ABCD(E) goals, Intervention Approaches, Sensory Integration, NDT, Compensatory Model, Adaptation, New OT, New OT Grad, New OT Practitioner, Rehab, Rehabilitation, Acute Rehabilitation, Acute Rehab, Inpatient Rehab, Adult Rehab, Acute Therapist, A
Study guide for final exam of "Introduction to Occupational Therapy" graduate school class. I hope this can help any upcoming OTs!
Many young children reverse letters because they lack familiarity with the symbols. When learning to write letters in the Early Years, Foundation and early Year 1, this is a common occurrence, ideally, reversals should not be present beyond seven years of age.Verbal Cues and Starting PointsIt is val
Charts I developed to study these concepts in prep for exam. PDF format.

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