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Francesca S: The child was alert and cooperative 65% of the time. O: The following activities were performed: --Sensory processing activities: Swinging on the hammock swing in linear motion with slow to medium swing for followed by 1 minutes of slow swinging. Wilbarger's brushing protocol (providing deep pressure, tactile input, joint compression and oral swipes and massage using MORE protocol), weight bearing activity, curl-ups, and standing dynamic activity to increase concentration, attention span, body awareness, fine and gross motor skills, UE strength and activity tolerance to facilitate therapeutic activities. - Weight-bearing activity: Static wheelbarrow position while pulling and placing pegs on the OT hand to increase attention…show more content…
During the standing dynamic activity, she was noted to demonstrate a good visual perception and eye-hand coordination as evidenced by placing 5/12 rings on the poles with min verbal cues. P: Continue plan of care as planned. Jace: S: The child was alert and cooperative 80% of the time. O: The following activities were performed: Sensory processing activities: Trampoline jumps and crashing on the pillows 10X10, swinging in the hammock swing in linear motion with medium to fast for 5 minutes followed by 2 minutes of slow swinging. Wilbarger's brushing protocol (providing deep pressure, tactile input, joint compression and oral swipes and massage using MORE protocol), curl-ups, weight bearing and obstacle course to increase concentration, attention span, body awareness, fine and gross motor skills, UE strength and activity tolerance to facilitate therapeutic activities. -Curls-ups: the child was placed on the thera-ball performing curl-ups while picking and stacking Lagos to improve work behaviors, activity tolerance, building core muscle strength and proprioceptive input. -Weight-bearing activity: the child was placed in a static wheelbarrow position while sorting and placing foam blocks on the foam holder to increase attention span, fine motor skills, hand--eye coordination, balance, following directions and UE strength. -3 steps obstacle course: Jumping on and off 4 hilltop triangle steps, picking cards, and duck walking
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