Children & Youth Concurrent 105: Using a Data-Driven Decision Making Approach: Designing Occupational Therapy Using Ayres Sensory Integration® Interventions With Children With Autism
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Concurrent 105: Using a Data-Driven Decision Making Approach: Designing Occupational Therapy Using Ayres Sensory Integration® Interventions With Children With Autism
Rachel Dumont, MS, OTR/L; Alison Bailey; Roseann Schaaf, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, all of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
Developing a treatment plan for an intervention using occupational therapy with Ayres Sensory Integration® requires evidence-based practice and systematic methodology to support best-practice. This short course describes the use of a data-driven decision making framework to guide collaborative, participation-based goals, and data-based hypotheses to Participate in AOTA’s Exhibitor Exploration and get the chance to win a $200 Visa gift card! Meet your 2020 AOTA Children & Youth exhibitors by participating in the AOTA Exhibitor Exploration to learn about exciting new OT products, services, employment opportunities, and so much more! More details to come. Children & Youth Specialty Conference All times listed are Eastern Standard Time (EST) 3 tailor interventions with a focus on outcome measurement. Via case study, participants will learn to incorporate this methodology into practice