School OTs, it’s time to meet your new students! If you’re an OT in the clinic or hospital, chances are you’re working on the dreaded ‘fall schedule!’ I’m right there with you. No matter in which setting you work, when you’re an OT or COTA resources that help create order and make jobs easier are always welcome!
I’ve dug deep and searched blogs that are offering some FREE and/or paid downloads for those printables I know will make your job a bit easier.
Here are my favorite 5:
1) Ten FREE back-to-school printables from Your Therapy Source. Their products are always wonderful, creative, and quality tools for immediate download and use. I’ve been a huge fan for years and you become a fan too. Here’s the link.
|Your Therapy Source|
3) Sensory Processing Disorder and brain break activity cards are always great to print, laminate, and share with your students. When I’m in a pinch, having pre-made activities makes my life SO much easier. Do you know about TeachersPayTeachers? You should! Each seller must offer at least one FREE download and that means more resources for you. Here’s the link to my TeachersPayTeachers Store so you can browse and enjoy!
4) I’ve been an OT for over 25 years. One of the first helpful websites I found is still going strong! Have you heard of the OT Exchange? There are many free forms available for download and you can join their daily e-mail exchange. Awesome, right!? Here’s the link to OT Exchange
5) There are multiple groups for pediatric OT practitioners on Facebook. Here’s the link to the one I own. There are over 50,000 members from across the globe. The best part is there are always new resources in our files section created for pediatric OTs. I hope to see you there!
What’s your favorite resource? Share with us here or on our social media channels.