How can I help the child at school?
How to help the child at School?
Children’s Occupational Therapy has designed 6 programmes to choose from, arranged in a developmental sequence.
Starting with foundation skills in movement and body awareness, moving on to more complex fine motor and pre-writing skills, all the way up to handwriting fluency.
Each programme is designed to run for a half term (6 weeks), with 3 short sessions (approximately 20-30 minutes) per week.
The programmes are ideal for a small group setting and the booklets contain all the information you need to deliver the programmes, with a session-by-session plan.
A simple checklist helps you decide which programme would be most suitable for each child, and there are accompanying baseline and outcome measures, and a form for recording each session.
Click here for the checklist to trial strategies and equipment to try in Classroom.
Use this to identify classroom strategies you can try to common difficulties.
Use this to help decide which programme to use with each child.
Based on the outcome of the 'Which Programme? Checklist
Download the relevant Baseline and Outcome Assessment Form below.
Complete this before starting the intervention and at the end of the intervention.
Download Intervention Programmes below:
Complete the 'After Intervention' column in the Baseline and Outcome Assessment form filled at the start of the intervention.
See above for the links to download.« Return to Occupational therapy