What's a Group to Do?: A Collection of OT Activities

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Therapy Skill Builders, 1998 - Social Science - 113 pages
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This text aims to help improve motor planning and co-ordination, memory skills, ability to follow sequenced directions and the ability to interact and communicate with others. Clients of all ages and levels of functioning in sensorimotor, cognitive and interpersonal skills can participate in the group activities.

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Contents

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1gg8 by Therapy 3-1 Materials 3-2 Group Size 3-2 Interpersonal 3-2 Sensorimotor ability to attend ability to complete ability to follow able acrylic paint Al l rights alfalfa appropriate for individuals around a table baby food Bingo cards bird bowl BuMers Candy Heart cereal chenille chenille stem chopsticks clothespin cloves Coffee filters Cognitive Activities Cognitive Activities Copyright COLLECTlON OF OT Compact disc complete the task construction paper Contraindications COOking Activities coordination in upper Copyright C 1gg8 Directions Have participants Directions Therapeutic Goals division Easter Bunnies evaluated function expressive communication skills Felicia fine motor skills follow directions follow multi-step oral follow one-step oral Function Levels Cognitive gingerbread GrOss MotOr Activities gross motor skills group activity Group is appropriate Group Size 3-8 gustatory hearing impaired hot potato improve or maintain improve socialization skills increase or maintain l rights reserved ladybug leader lentils magnet maintain ability maintain balance maintain expressive communication maintain fine motor maintain proprioception awareness maintain range maintain receptive communication maintain strength Maracas Masking tape measuring spoons mixing bowl MotOr Activities Copyright multi-step oral directions mung beans muscle strength napkin Objective ol the Psychological olfactory olfactory stimulation one-step oral directions oral directions OT ACTlVlTlES paper clips paper towel participant's participants sit around Patient will attend Patient will increase peanut butter person pieces player Poinsettia popcorn provide tactile stimulation Psychological Corporation range of motion receptive communication skills rections Reindeer Required Function Levels ribbon rights reserved WHAT'S Scissors sequins shaving cream Simon Says Size 3-8 Materials socialization skills specify length spoon strength and coordination strength and endurance Tacky glue tan pom-pom tape Therapeutic Goals Contraindications Therapy Sk Therapy Skill Builders tissue paper twist tie upper extremities Variations WHAT'S A GROUP wheelchairs whipping cream Wooden spoons Worcestershire sauce yarn

About the author (1998)

Norman completed the occupational therapy assistant program at Grand Rapids Community College in Michigan and received her certification in California. She began developing her repertoire of group activities as an intern, working with children with disabilities in school settings and adults in a variety of rehab settings.

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