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OTS 01: The Steps to Writing a Defensible Assessment Report

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Welcome to the show notes for Episode 1 of the OT Schoolhouse Podcast.

In this very first episode of the OTSH Podcast, Jayson and Abby introduce themselves and jump right into the steps required to develop an assessment that you can defend in an IEP and beyond.

Links to Show References:

  • Subscribe - Subscribe to our website now to get access to our free downloads of Gray-space paper and Occupational Profile for school-based assessments.

  • About us - In the first part of the podcast, we were able to briefly introduce ourselves. For more info about the OT Schoolhouse, as well as Abby and I, visit our About Us page!

  • OT Practice Map - Find your state's school-based OT and/or PT guidelines. Not all states have their own guidelines. If your state is one of those without a set of guidelines, check out California, New York, or Wisconsin for a good start.

  • OTAC - Occupational Therapy Association of California

  • AOTA Conference - The Annual American Occupational Therapy Association Conference

  • Gray Space Paper - Get your free download of our 9 pages of adapted paper that helps your students with their sizing and spacing of letters and words.

Be sure to subscribe to the OT Schoolhouse email list & get access to our free downloads of Gray-Space paper and the Occupational Profile for school-based OTs.

Have any questions or comments about the podcast? Email Jayson at


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