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Fine Motor Treatments – Documentation Series

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Download the ‘Fine Motor Treatments – Documentation Series’ PDF for a graphic of documentation examples when performing fine motor activities with your patients in occupational therapy.

Fine Motor Treatments - Documentation Series

This original document is for all occupational therapy students and practitioners searching for good printable tipsheets on documentation. Occupational therapy documentation is critical to protect our patient's right to high-quality occupational therapy services. Long gone are the days when you can write some jargon of what your patient performed during an activity. On the contrary, every occupational therapy practitioner should know, comprehend, and be able to execute a research-dense, competent, and analytical explanation as to why they should be paid a rate of a medical professional to perform the tasks they are using for remediation. Occupational therapy practitioners are medical professionals and it's time we documented them as such!

Download the 'Fine Motor Treatments - Documentation Series' PDF for a graphic of documentation examples when performing fine motor activities with your patients in occupational therapy.

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Fine Motor Treatments – Documentation Series

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Download the ‘Fine Motor Treatments – Documentation Series’ PDF for a graphic of documentation examples when performing fine motor activities with your patients in occupational therapy.

Fine Motor Treatments - Documentation Series

This original document is for all occupational therapy students and practitioners searching for good printable tipsheets on documentation. Occupational therapy documentation is critical to protect our patient's right to high-quality occupational therapy services. Long gone are the days when you can write some jargon of what your patient performed during an activity. On the contrary, every occupational therapy practitioner should know, comprehend, and be able to execute a research-dense, competent, and analytical explanation as to why they should be paid a rate of a medical professional to perform the tasks they are using for remediation. Occupational therapy practitioners are medical professionals and it's time we documented them as such!

Download the 'Fine Motor Treatments - Documentation Series' PDF for a graphic of documentation examples when performing fine motor activities with your patients in occupational therapy.

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