SMART Goals for School Based Occupational and Physical Therapy

SMART Goals for School Based Occupational and Physical Therapy (Your Therapy Source - www.YourTherapySource.com)

Are you familiar with SMART goals? SMART is an acronym for guiding someone how to write a goal. It stands for: S – SPECIFIC: what, why and how are you going to do it M – MEASURABLE: evidence that the goal will be achieved ie data collection A – ATTAINAB

I graduated from PT school in May 2014, and my first year in the professional world has certainly had its up and downs. Things that I never thought w

Getting into Physical Therapy school and surviving is a scary thing, but the scary part isn't quite over after that. The real world can be full of unknowns, but these eight things about the real world can bring you some comfort.

Kids yoga with a winter theme.  Great for a brain break, indoor recess, or physical therapy and occupational therapy.  #kidsyoga #wintergrossmotor #indoorrecess

Winter KIDS Yoga

Kids yoga with a winter theme. Great for a brain break, indoor recess, or physical therapy and occupational therapy.

Physical therapists treat muscle and bone injuries.

The 5 Most Common Types of Physical Therapy

Tips and Tricks for Working with Special Education Students in Under-served Areas - Irim

Spring Themed Gross Motor – Puddle Jumping- A fun way to get the kids moving with a Spring theme! I'm using this the entire Spring! Great for home, physical therapy, occupational therapy or in the education setting!

Spring Gross Motor Game - Puddle Jumping

Movement Activity- Spring Themed Gross Motor – Puddle Jumping- A fun way to get the kids moving with a Spring theme! I'm using this the entire Spring! Great for home, physical therapy, occupational therapy or in the education setting!

I did this in fieldwork before I ever found this pin! Slingshot therapy!!!

Slingshot from a theraband and a ball pit ball, grip strength but maybe a ball pit ball is too big for children hands- doesn't necessarily have to be a round object either!

10 TIPS FOR SUCCESSFUL THERAPY FOR THE DEMENTIA PATIENT WHO REFUSES

Participation in physical and occupational therapy can be crucial in reducing fall risk in people with dementia. With creativity and patience, therapy can be provided to the person with dementia, even when they initially refuse the treatment.

School Based Physical Therapy Checklist

School Based Physical Therapy Checklist - in Word and pdf format to make your documentation easier in the educational setting

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