OT Treatment Interventions for Self-Care Skills
Treatment Interventions for the Pediatric OT Series
Are you looking for a variety of OT Treatment Interventions for Self-Care Skills to implement immediately into your practice? This 3-hour intervention-based, jam-packed course addresses decreased ADL independence, a common challenge among the pediatric population. Participants explore motor learning principles, typical developmental milestones for each area, and most importantly, learn over 150 different play-based treatment ideas to increase engagement success and progress across a variety of intervention settings. Self-Care areas explored include dressing (socks/shoes, shirt, pants, fasteners, and shoe tying), bathing, hair/nail cutting, toileting, wiping/peri-care, oral hygiene, self-feeding, as well as sensory-based feeding strategies. The presenter includes handouts to improve client carryover. The second course in this series is Fine Motor and UE Gross Motor Treatment Interventions.
- Examine principles of forward and backward chaining within self-care tasks to provide the just right challenge for optimal occupational performance.
- Describe the three stages of motor learning (cognitive, associative, autonomous) to identify the client’s stage to best develop a plan of care for self-care.
- Describe types of practice (blocked and random) to identify which type of practice will most benefit future clients for optimal skill development for self-care.
- Identify implications and benefits of using play-based tasks to grow self-care skills.
- Identify the link between the development of autonomy and self-care independence.
- Target Audience: introductory- to intermediate-level OTs and COTAs
Note: While many professionals may benefit from the course content, we can only guarantee acceptance of continuing education credit as described in the following CEU section.
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- Course Instructor: Emily Bourque, MS, OTR/L
- CE Broker course code: 20-910843