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Occupational Therapy -> Executive Function -> Task Completion
Task completion refers to understanding when a task is complete and terminating action toward the task or goal due to completion. Occupational therapists can address this skill in order to help individuals understand the sequence of a task, how to recognize when the task is completing and teach specific tasks or activities to improve independence.
Visual Schedule Cards
- Given visual timer, Orlando will end preferred task and transition to therapist selected task without negative behaviors 4 out of 5 trials across 3 sessions as measured by clinician observation and data collection to increase pragmatic and executive functioning skills. 2
- Costa will take active participation in purposeful activities by determining the duration of activities using multimodal communication methods (e.g., speaking, writing, typing, pics, or gesturing), assuming that partners are responsive to all communication attempts AND use multimodal communication reciprocally for interaction, with 80% modeling, in 4 /5 opportunities, in 3 months. 0
- Peter will explore different school organizations and clubs in order to enhance his social participation among his peers by attending the club fair by March 5, 2023 . 0
- Peter will select 3 clubs or organizations to join in order to improve his social participation among peers by April 5, 2023 . 0
- Given visual and verbal cues, Aleisha will terminate one activity and transition to a second activity with modeling and communication opportunities to increase behavioral independence in and out of the therapy setting on 3 out of 4 attempts with 80% accuracy as measured by observation and data collection. 2
- Peter will demonstrate improved fine motor skills by opening lunch containers independently on 4 /5 days by March 5, 2023 . 0
- Peter will ask permission to take a 2 minute break with a max number of breaks of 4 , 2 out of 5 days in a week to regain concentration required to complete the necessary task by March 5, 2023 . 0
- Peter will participate in clubs and organizations to enhance his social participation among his peers, 3 /5 times by May 5, 2023 . 0
- To meet Peter role as a student, Peter will complete 9 out of 10 homework assignments independently using assistive technology by March 5, 2023 . 0
- Conner will complete shoe donning with Minimal assist and 80% verbal cue, 5 times a week, for increased functional independence when changing shoes in the class. 1
- To demonstrate improved participation in ADLs and sleep, Peter will utilize a visual support or checklist of bedtime tasks 4 /5 times as reported by the caregiver by March 5, 2023 to guide night time routine. 0
- Tessa will accurately place 4 / 5 shapes into the form board in 4 /5 trials with setup assist and 25% verbal cues demonstrating improved visuomotor and spatial relationship skills for optimal participation in a school setting. 0
- Hannah will cut simple shapes within a 1/4 ” of the line in 4/5 trials with minimal assist and 25% verbal cues to promote separation of sides of hands and eye-hand coordination for optimal participation in a school setting. 0
- To demonstrate improved participation in ADLs, Peter will utilize a visual support or checklist of getting ready tasks 4 /5 times as reported by the caregiver by March 5, 2023 to guide morning routine. 0
Kiki's Bunny Match 3
Memory games can promote the development of: • Visual - figure ground skills • Visual -perceptual skills • Executive functioning • Visual discrimination
Think Fast 1
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....
Holiday Breakfast Menu 4
Restaurant Ordering Food Resources. Daily Living. Occupational therapy. Handwriting Resource. The holiday breakfast menu features an assortment of breakfast foods and prices to create your own brea...Includes activity list
Chick-Fil-A Menu 3
Pictures of Chick-fil-A menu with item name and pricing information.
Kiki's Emotion Bingo! 3
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...
Back to School Word Hunt 4
A quick 1 page printout to get back in the 'back to school' mindset. Have your client write as many items as they can think of for each category.Includes activity list
Interventions Within the Scope of Occupational Therapy Practice to Improve Motor Performance For Children Ages 0–5 Years: A Systematic Review 2Author: Tanner, Schmidt, Martin, & Bassi - Themes: Early intervention for children younger than age 3 yr, interventions for preschool children ages 3–5 yr, and interventions for children with or at risk for cerebral palsy. Occupational therapy practitioners may consider using NIDCAP, home-based parent coaching, massage, home programming, and CareToy for children younger than age 3 yr; video games, preschool programs, and movement breaks for children ages 3–5 yr; and EI, CIMT, and BIT or child- and context-focused interventions for children with CP ages 3–5 yr. Interventions for children younger than age 3 yr should actively include parents during interventions and in home program development. For children with CP, interventions should use components of motor learning, specifically emphasizing goal-oriented, activity-based therapy and frequent task practice. Citation: Kelly Tanner, Elizabeth Schmidt, Kristen Martin, Margaret Bassi; Interventions Within the Scope of Occupational Therapy Practice to Improve Motor Performance for Children Ages 0–5 Years: A Systematic Review. Am J Occup Ther March/April 2020, Vol. 74(2), 7402180060p1–7402180060p40. doi: https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.2020.039644
Impact of the Application of Behavioral Principles On Children’s Participation In Occupational Therapy From the Therapist’s Perspective 2Author: Brown and Myers - Interventions utilizing positive reinforcement, visual schedules, and shaping can contribute to decreased challenging behaviors and increased on-task performance in therapy sessions among participants. Citation: Sandra Brown, Christine Myers; Impact of the Application of Behavioral Principles on Children’s Participation in Occupational Therapy From the Therapist’s Perspective. Am J Occup Ther November 2018, Vol. 72(4_Supplement_1), 7211515231p1. doi: https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.2018.72S1-PO3022