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OT Screening Checklists

OT Screening Checklist

Do you suspect that your child or student may have challenges reaching certain developmental milestones? The Preschool and School Age OT Screening Checklists are practical tools for teachers, parents and therapists that provide a holistic perspective on key areas of development that may be hindering a child’s participation and performance during every day routines.

Areas these screening checklists highlight are sensory processing, fine motor skills, gross motor coordination, handwriting, social skills and executive functioning. Use them as a conversation starter to bring up your concerns as well as a stepping stones towards further evaluation if needed.

Check out these articles along with a FREE Download of the Preschool Screening Checklist and The School Age Screening Checklist.  My hope is that you can use them as a tool to support the development of children in your circles of influence whether it’s at home, school or in the community!

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ON DEMAND TRAINING

Here’s what you’ll learn in The 3 Essentials For Telehealth Success:

You’ll walk away from this training with 3 specific steps to immediately feel more prepared and confident before your next telehealth session… pretty cool right?…so if you want a few secrets to feel more confident and competent when it comes to your online practice…

 

On Demand Training | AOTA Approved! (1 CEU)

Here’s what other’s have to say about the training…

“Jessica made the introduction to telehealth less intimidating to me. I can now breathe and move forward.” ~ Stephanie OTR/L

“Jessica’s course made me feel more positive and comfortable about telehealth practice. It was practical and actionable; I can use Jessica’s suggestions right away.”  ~ Kelli OTR/L

“I just finished watching your course and loved every minute of it! The lessons are very informative and engaging.” ~ Sabrina COTA/L

“The telehealth resources were a hit, so I plan to keep on using them even though I’m back to working with kids in person.” ~ Suzanne OTR/L