Friday, February 2, 2018

PAPERWORK!  It's the bane of my existence.  I LOVE working with kids, talking with teachers, and finding solutions to difficult problems.  But taking the time to then write what I just said, or find a way to quickly take data in order to prove my students are making progress has always been hard for me.


This is the best solution I've found so far to show progress and keep me on track when treating students.  Especially in the school system where time is at a premium.  Check out these files I've created as examples of how to use rubrics to document treatment.

This method is very flexible and easy to see progress on goals easily when it comes time to write progress reports.

Click on the link to get access to my examples of how I use rubrics in my daily OT practice.  Directions on how to download and change to your needs are included.


This is a lot of set up in the beginning, but I'm telling you it will be worth it!  Let me know how it works for you in the comments below.