December 8, 2017 Print Path Occupational Therapy, Sensory & Self-Regulation Leave a comment Researchers have found evidence for the use of movement tools, but there are some children with whom these tools have the opposite effect.
The first time I heard the term ‘occupational therapy’, I had no idea what it meant. I assumed it had something to do with providing therapy to adults in the workforce, and while occupational therapists can (and do!) help improve the lives of adults within work settings, occupational therapy (OT) benefits people of all ages.
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) teaches a range of skills for interpersonal relationships, emotion management, and more. One such skill is represented by the acronym “DEAR MAN.” DEAR MAN teaches a strategy for effective communication.
Vision Therapy is an individualized therapy program designed to improve and treat visual function. This includes the treatment of amblyopia (lazy eye), strabismus (eye turn), eye tracking, eye focusing, eye teaming and visual perceptual deficits. The goal is to improve visual skills and functions to eliminate
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Spotlight Discontinuation of Functional Reporting for PT, OT, and SLP Services The Functional Reporting requirements of reporting the functional limitation nonpayable HCPCS G-codes and severity modifiers on claims for therapy services and the associated documentation requirements in medical records have been discontinued, effective for dates of service on and after January 1, 2019.
Difficulty in letter recognition and letter reproduction, reversal of letters such as b for d and p for q, Difficulty copying from a blackboard or whiteboard, Difficulty completing a puzzle. Poor at following instructions. Struggles with mazes, dot-to-dot, letter spacing, writing within a given area or on a line.