Just Right Challenge and Rapport in Pediatric Occupational Therapy
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Just Right Challenge and Rapport in Pediatric Occupational Therapy

The good news is it is pretty easy to establish rapport as a pediatric OT.  Since our main treatment modality is PLAY.  Using occupational therapy activity analysis and the ‘Just Right Challenge’, you can hide your treatment activities in TOYS. Not many other professions can say that! I believe play and rapport are your secret weapons…

Advantages of a Consistent Session Structure in Pediatric Occupational Therapy Treatment
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Advantages of a Consistent Session Structure in Pediatric Occupational Therapy Treatment

How does having a consistent session structure help in pediatric occupational therapy treatment?  How can this help decrease planning in occupational therapy sessions? Plus increase our daily note documentation speed? Do your OT sessions have a consistent flow and structure?  Are you planning each session individually? Are you using a TON of activities?   Why is this Super Individualized…

Occupational Therapy Mentors: Types of Mentors and 8 Reasons Why You Need One
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Occupational Therapy Mentors: Types of Mentors and 8 Reasons Why You Need One

Having an occupational therapy mentor for any new grad OT  (or really any occupational therapist!) is the single most important item you can have in your career.   These are the reasons you should put in the effort to find a mentor to accelerate your career development which will lead to more confidence and fulfillment…