This document is a list of common skills and definitions that OT practitioners address with various students. *This list is not all inclusive, if you have questions regarding the terms within this paper or others not defined, please contact one of the Department's Occupational Therapists or Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants.
Why an OT selects Specific Activities for Intervention
This document explains why an OT will select different types of activities for their intervention and provides an example of how a simple drawing and writing activity may be used for a student with difficulties with fine motor skills and handwriting.
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