My lecture today was about deliberate goal-writing and intervention planning for occupational therapists in a school-based setting. I learned this process at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee and mastered it as a level two fieldwork student at the Waisman Center in Madison, WI. The learning activities I created for this class facilitate development of occupational-based goals that are aligned to academic content standards. Students then use a systematic process break down their goals into realistic and relevant interventions. It is remarkable to witness the development of our students using these strategies! Please contact me if you are interested in seeing my slides or the assignment.
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Occupational therapists prevent illness, remediate disability, and restore health by enabling participation in meaningful occupations (activities of daily living, work, & leisure).
This blog contains examples of how I participate in the profession of occupational therapy.