Practice OT With Passion and Precision

Get evidence-based resources for assessing occupational performance and infusing occupation into practice.

Practice OT With Passion and Precision

Get evidence-based resources for assessing occupational performance and infusing occupation into practice.

Get the Tools That Will Transform Your Practice

Easy to Get Started

Choose the Assessment That’s Right for You

Take a Course

Complete the Calibration Process to Become Certified

Get the Tools That Will Transform Your Practice

Easy to Get Started

Choose the Assessment That’s Right for You

Take a Course

Complete the Calibration Process to Become Certified

Make an Impact

  1. Measure the Quality of Your Client’s Performance
  2. Show Evidence of Your Client’s Improvement
  3. Support Your Recommendations with Evidence

Easily Make an IMpact

  1. Measure the Quality of Your Clients’ Performance
  2. Show Evidence of Your Clients’ Improvement
  3. Support Your Recommendations with Evidence
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Practice Model

Occupational Therapy Intervention Process Model (OTIPM)

Center your practice on occupation to more effectively help your clients meet their occupational goals.

  • Keep your focus on occupation
  • Implement more precise evaluations and interventions
  • Effectively document outcomes
  • Renew your passion for occupational therapy

Assessment Tools

Internationally standardized. Evidence-based.

Assessment of Motor and Process Skills
(AMPS)

Measure the quality of ADL task performance

SCHOOL ASSESSMENT OF MOTOR AND PROCESS SKILLS
(SCHOOL AMPS)

Measure the quality of schoolwork task performance

Evaluation of Social Interaction
(ESI)

Measure the quality of social interaction

Assessment of Compared Qualities – Occupational Performance
(ACQ-OP)

Measure the extent of discrepancy between a person’s reported quality of ADL task performance and what the occupational therapist observed

Assessment of Compared Qualities – Social Interaction
(ACQ-SI)

Measure the extent of discrepancy between a person’s reported quality of social interaction and what the occupational therapist observed

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