"Surviving &Thriving in SENSORY PROCESSING"
Four OTR/Ls teamed up to create a simplistic yet thorough guide to discuss the fundamentals of sensory processing. This e-book
is designed for anyone in the profession of OT, medical field, and even parents who want to understand more about what may be going on with their child internally! Sometimes the topic of sensory processing can be confusing, complicated and messy. Sensory challenges can be frustrating and difficult. But mostly because it's difficult to understand. But with this guide, you will be able to grasp the basic fundamentals of sensory processing and incorporate sensory treatment ideas into your kiddo's routine!
Common sensory terminology
Basic sensory processing fundamental concepts
8 sensory system break downs
8 individualized sensory system treatment/activity ideas
Sensory diet example
Visual schedule template and example
For just $14.99 you can have access to very informative sensory processing information, treatment ideas, a visual schedule template, sensory diet samples, and more.
How to download
Click on the "BUY NOW" to purchase and download your copy of our e-book. Each customer will be allowed two direct downloads per purchase! Once the transaction is complete, you will receive an email to the email address provided with the PDF file attached (if you do not see it, check your spam folder). Avoid using school email addresses that end in EDU, the PDF sometimes doesn't download with that email extension. After successful payment completion, you will be redirected to the OT Unfiltered website. Ensure to save the file once you have downloaded the book to your computer, phone or tablet.
Publish date: April 6, 2021
Best for: Web, Tablet, Phone or eReader
Genre: Occupational Therapy
Content protection: Copyright 2021
"Surviving &Thriving in OT"
Four OTR/Ls teamed up to create an all-inclusive guide for all things OT. This e-book
is designed for anyone in the profession of OT, from students in fieldwork, to new
grads, to OTs switching practice settings. We wanted to create a resource that
encompasses everything we wished we knew during school and after graduating,
as well as starting out in the field.
All the necessary steps when registering for the NBCOT
Study tips/tricks for the NBCOT that actually work
What the job market's really like
Example of how to market yourself, things to include in your OT resume/cover letter, and interview questions to ask future employers
“Cheat sheets” aka things you must know when working in various practice settings including acute care, rehab, home health, SNF, hands, and pediatrics (outpatient, school, & early intervention setting).
Commonly used medical terminology