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Occupational Therapy -> Executive Function -> Cognitive Flexibility
Cognitive flexibility refers to the ability to adjust one’s attention, plans, perspective, etc. This skill is important for participating in groups, with family, throughout unexpected changes and situations, etc. while maintaining appropriate regulation and continued participation.
Kimberly Luster, COTA
Kindness. Senses. Emotions. Say something nice. This has 4 pages about feelings (‘You Are’, ‘I am Feeling’, ‘Match the Feeling’, ‘When I Feel This… I Can…’), 1 page with images of movement activiti...
Emotional Regulation Resource. Occupational Therapy Resource. Language Resource. Kiki's Emotion Bingo can be used as an attention game, identifying emotions, problem solving task, as well as to tar...
Directions: Before playing, decide on a time limit i.e. 10, 20, 30 seconds. Turn over a category card and player 1 has the designated amount of time to list something that fits within the category....
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Author: Elizabeth Anderson1 and Geetha Shivakumar1,2, - Exercise and cognitively based distraction techniques were shown to have equal effectiveness at reducing state anxiety, however, exercise was more effective in reducing trait anxiety (Petruzzello et al., 1991).