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Occupational Therapy -> Executive Function -> Working Memory
Working memory is a skill used to retain information as we work through a task. Working memory is used in the following examples: completing a math problem, playing a game, having a conversation, cooking, and taking notes in class. Working memory is used throughout many daily activities and occupational therapists can address this skill in order to promote independence in individuals of all ages.
- Cecilia will utilize compensatory strategies (e.g., write/draw items, repeat words, visualize) to increase verbal memory of 5 or more items during timed intervals (e.g., 5 minute up to 5 day) with 80% accuracy and moderate cues for 4 sessions over 3 weeks of therapy. 1
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...
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