Acute Care Tricks for OTs in the Acute Care/Hospital setting. From Occupational Therapy Notes. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

Acute Care Tricks for OTs in the Acute Care/Hospital setting. From Occupational Therapy Notes. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

OT Cafe: A Day in the Life of an Acute Care occupational therapist #OTMonth

OT Cafe: A Day in the Life of an Acute Care occupational therapist #OTMonth

SWALLOW ASSESSMENT IN THE LONG TERM ACUTE CARE HOSPITAL: MORE THAN JUST AN EVALUATION FOR ASPIRATION, Guest Blog by Eric Blicker - Amy Speech & Language Therapy, Inc.

SWALLOW ASSESSMENT IN THE LONG TERM ACUTE CARE HOSPITAL: MORE THAN JUST AN EVALUATION FOR ASPIRATION, Guest Blog by Eric Blicker - Amy Speech & Language Therapy, Inc.

Fall Prevention Program in an Acute Care Hospital An Evidence Based Prac...

Fall Prevention Program in an Acute Care Hospital An Evidence Based Prac...

Occupational Therapy Notes: Writing Sensory Goals- "Patient will demonstrate: - decreased tactile defensiveness by tolerating hair brushing and face washing without adverse reactions with minimal verbal cues. - improved modulation of the tactile system by accepting 3 bites of one new food in 4 weeks with minimal verbal cues. - decreased auditory defensiveness by decreasing ear covering by 50% independently. - etc"

Occupational Therapy Notes: Writing Sensory Goals- "Patient will demonstrate: - decreased tactile defensiveness by tolerating hair brushing and face washing without adverse reactions with minimal verbal cues. - improved modulation of the tactile system by accepting 3 bites of one new food in 4 weeks with minimal verbal cues. - decreased auditory defensiveness by decreasing ear covering by 50% independently. - etc"

Acute Care is Intense!

Acute Care is Intense!

Clinical rotation II.  I was in an acute care, long/term hospital setting.  The facility needed a multi-functional device to work on strengthening, tolerance and endurance during sitting and standing activities, mainly for the upper extremities.  It needed to be small, yet durable so they can place on a tray table to get around the hospital to each patients room as easily as possible! This finger/ladder magnetic board works on finger flex/ext shoulder ext eye-hand, color, sequence etc…

Clinical rotation II. I was in an acute care, long/term hospital setting. The facility needed a multi-functional device to work on strengthening, tolerance and endurance during sitting and standing activities, mainly for the upper extremities. It needed to be small, yet durable so they can place on a tray table to get around the hospital to each patients room as easily as possible! This finger/ladder magnetic board works on finger flex/ext shoulder ext eye-hand, color, sequence etc…

PHOTO TOUR: Queen Elizabeth University Hospital And Royal Hospital For Children | Healthcare Design --- Visitors to the acute care hospital are guided into an open and bright 12-story atrium with an expansive ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) roof that allows natural light to filter in. Photo: Infinite 3D

PHOTO TOUR: Queen Elizabeth University Hospital And Royal Hospital For Children | Healthcare Design --- Visitors to the acute care hospital are guided into an open and bright 12-story atrium with an expansive ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) roof that allows natural light to filter in. Photo: Infinite 3D

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