This useful guide provides specific strategies to help change difficult behavior due to sensory processing issues in pre-teen children and to determine the possible reasons for the behavior. It is also applicable for older students who have disabilities and those who qualify for OT and/or SLP services. The book includes simple explanations of technical behavioral terminology and practical examples of many concepts and suggestions. In addition, it addresses distinct ways in which sensory processing and behavior strategies work together. The guide is based on the study of behavioral research as well as the author's 25 year career as a behavior consultant. A checklist helps you follow the appropriate steps in developing a behavior change program.
Track the progress of your 1-year-old through adult clients and get results in less than an hour. Use this excellent resource For initial observations of skill levels, To re-evaluate previously observed skills, As a framework for developing your own therapy plan. You'll have easy-to-use recordkeeping forms that help you screen and categorize the many varieties of oral-motor movements and note specific patterns. As your client eats a typical meal, analyze lip/cheek movement, tongue movement, and jaw movement.
Easy-to-use resource meets your needs as a pediatric OT in various settings. Now you can quickly and efficiently complete required paperwork for your preschool to high school caseload. This valuable resource helps you easily incorporate comprehensive, measurable therapy goals and objectives into your Therapy reports, Treatment plans, IEPs, Other programs requiring individualized lists of goals. Use OT GOALs to Clearly communicate target behaviors to be improved, Systematically organize long-term goals and objectives, Quickly and easily individualize programs, Develop uniformity and clarity in terminology of goals and objectives.
The Ounce Scale is an observational assessment for infants’ and toddlers’ growth, accomplishments, areas of difficulty, and temperament.
An Overview of Early Intervention is a resource book that helps clinicians work with families to interpret a child's behaviors and plan appropriate interventions.
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