The OT School House Podcast

Episode 14 - A Discussion On School-Based Report Writing

Feat. Jason Gonzales of


In this episode, Jayson interviews Jason Gonzales of about some of the Laws, regulations and state guidelines that help OTs understand what should be in (or omitted from) our reports. Also discussed is when you should use standardized assessments, how to choose what assessment to use, and how to decrease the amount of time it takes to complete an OT evaluation report. Check out the episode below!

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The NY Times Article:


Sharp Rise in Occupational Therapy Cases at New York’s Schools by Elizabeth A Harris who covers Education at The New York Times. This 2015 article documents the dramatic increase of students receiving occupational services in New York and Chicago.


Find your State Guidelines:


We have compiled all of the OT and OT/PT State Guidelines on one easy clickable map for you! Check it out here to find your state's guidelines. 


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