Clinical Observations at the Park is a tool specifically designed for pediatric occupational therapists created by two pediatric OTs (Mary Singer, OTR/L and Suzanne Greenwood, OTR/L). Organizing what you see when working with a child will make your sessions together efficient, effective and FUN! They included documents that help you educate parents about therapeutic park activities, making follow up easy.
The Clinical Observations at the Park tool includes:
- DETAILED CHECKLIST – 15 areas of to observe when working with a child at the park (They included examples of behavior in each area!)
- SUMMARY OF FINDINGS – a parent handout outlining their child’s strengths and challenge areas
- PARK ACTIVITY LIST – specific ideas for parents to use with their individual child
- GLOSSARY – definitions of terminology and how each area impacts a child’s daily life
- EQUIPMENT KEY – Not sure what equipment to use to address your findings? They figured it out for you!
This is a PDF 12 page document to download. Following payment you will receive a link to download the document.