Archive for June, 2007

Helpful Guide for Planning OT Treatments

Jenna from sent me the link to her website yesterday, and after having a quick look through the website, it looks like it can be a very useful source for treatment ideas. The site is obviously geared towards working with the pediatric population, so if anyone is in that field, you should definitely check it out.

The way the site works is you choose a skill you want a child to work on (i.e. tripod grasp, sequencing, cutting, intrinsic muscle development, etc.) followed by selecting what materials you have available in your clinic, house, or treatment setting. After selecting the materials, a list of activities (treatments) show up, and you can click each one for easy and understandable directions. The entire site is very straightforward, which I like a lot.

So check it out!

June 28, 2007 at 2:33 pm 13 comments


Things have been really busy with graduation and the subsequent studying for the Boards. But I just wanted to let everyone know that I am still alive!

In my previous post, Dr. Iwama honored me by posting a comment with a link to his website that explained the Kawa Model, and I was going to attempt to explain it in my own words, but I realized that his website explains it best, and my summary didn’t give the model the proper respect. So check out his website on the Kawa Model!

June 20, 2007 at 3:07 am 4 comments

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