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The Working Therapist: Providing Helpful Ideas for Pediatric Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapy
3 Essential Phases of a Speech, Occupational, and Physical Initial Evaluation
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In this week's The Working Therapist Podcast episode, Haden Boliek, SLP, reviews the three essential phases of an initial evaluation of a child for speech, occupational or physical therapy. These three phases will help you ultimately determine how to make the biggest impact on the child's life and determine the best plan of care. The phases Haden discusses are as follows:Phase 1: Where has the child been? What's their history?Phase 2: Where are they now? What are their strengths? Areas of opportunity for growth? Phase 3: Where are they going? What's the best plan of care to help the child succeed?Be sure to visit www.pediatricdt.com for more therapist resources!