Physical Health


Activity Analysis

Activity analysis is a central part of occupational therapy. Through activity analysis a person can really understand the energy, the steps, and the requirements of a specific task. By understanding these features, an activity can be fully understood to enable a client to either regain the movements necessary to complete the activity or develop adaptations to do so.

Activity Analysis - Ironing a Pair of  Pants.pdf

Treatment Plans

Treatment plans provide an overview of a client’s strengths and limitations, desired goals, and the methodology therapy will take. Treatment plans are often written in different styles, but it is the clinical thinking and therapy that is important to enabling clients to reach their goals.

  1.     Treatment Plan Example for Frontal CVA.pdf

  2.     Treatment Plan Example for Right CVA .pdf

  3.     Evaluation Plan for Rheumatoid Arthritis.pdf

  4.     Treatment Plan Example for Rheumatoid Arthritis.pdf

  5.     See Treatment Plan for Betty in Older Adults

Service Activities

  1.     Organized a Backpack Awareness Day, September 29, 2011, for Whately Elementary School, Whately, MA, with four classmates.

  2.     Volunteered at the Pioneer Valley Stroke Survivors and Caregivers Forum, May 11, 2011 in  Springfield, MA.