This FREE resource is a great activity to complete in therapy sessions and/or decorate your therapy space to promote and educate others. To complete, assemble as directed. Answer the Questions. Open Each Flap to Reveal the Answers! Includes 2 Versions: (1) Occupational Therapy History and (2) Occupational Therapy Facts. OT is celebrating how many years since the profession was founded? The founders of OT had backgrounds in a variety of disciplines. How many did this include? The goal of OT is to increase participation in everyday activities. What are everyday activities? And More Questions!!!Sign Up for FREE Access!
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This is a 3 PAGE high quality PDF! Includes a FREE Handout and Poster. Topics of Educational Handout Include: How Can an Occupational Therapist Help a Child? Why Would a Child be referred to Occupational Therapy? How Can I Find an Occupational Therapist? This is a great way to educate others and promote OT!Sign Up for FREE Access!
Fine Motor Skills involve the use of precise and coordinated movements of the fingers to perform hand use tasks.
Bilateral Coordination involves the ability to use both sides of the body at the same time.
Visual Perception is the vision skills needed to understand, evaluate, and interpret what is seen.
Visual Motor Integration is the coordination of hand movements based upon the perception of visual information.
Sensory Processing refers to the way a person’s nervous system receives sensory messages and turns them into adaptive or functional responses.
Handwriting is a complex process of recording language by hand, often by using paper and a pen or pencil.
Executive Function is a term used to describe the many tasks one's brain performs that are necessary to think, act, and solve problems.
Self Care and Life Skills include the various ADLs and IADLs that a child performs.
Gross Motor Skills involve the use of large muscles groups for the performance of functions such as walking, running, jumping, riding a bike and playing sports.
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