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Occupational Therapy -> Executive Function -> Persistence
Persistence involves sequencing, willfulness, and the ability to learn from experience, and is particularly important when task demands are long-term. It is very important in maintaining effort with tasks that are boring or uninteresting. Goal-directed persistence is one of the last executive functions to mature.
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Express Needs. All About Me. Emotions. Mental Health Resources. Language Resource. Occupational Therapy Resources. Teenagers. Dice Resource. Directions: Roll a dice (or 2 die) and write the sentenc...
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...
Drawing Resource. Occupational Therapy Resource. Use this resource to draw a pig. This can be used as a drawing, handwriting, and pre handwriting activity as well as for a visual-spatial exerciseIncludes activity list