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Welcome to the show notes for Episode 122 of the OT Schoolhouse Podcast.

Welcome to a special episode of the OT Schoolhouse Podcast, where we celebrate OT Month and the anniversary of the OT Schoolhouse Podcast!

We're excited to bring you an episode packed with valuable insights as Jayson answers questions submitted by our listeners.

Tune in as we cover various topics related to OT, such as creative contests for school-aged students, strategies to help parents prepare for changes in their child's OT services, sensory checklists, and tips for becoming a more confident OT practitioner.

We'd like to extend a big thank you to all those who submitted their questions and helped make this episode possible. So sit back, relax, and let's dive in!

Listen now to learn the following objectives:

  • Learners will identify how to help build confidence as a new practitioner

  • Learners will identify strategies to help parents prepare for dismissal from OT services

  • Learners will identify how to utilize The Sensational Brain Sensory Checklist with a general Ed classroom

Guest Bio

In 2017, Jayson founded the OT Schoolhouse website and now supports school-based OT practitioners via courses, conferences, and the OTS Collaborative community.

With experience as both a contracted therapist and an "in-house" employee for two distinctly different districts, Jayson has had the opportunity to appreciate the differences between both small-rural and large-suburban districts.

Recently, Jayson has put forth his efforts toward supporting therapists interested in tiered intervention, collaborative programming, and managing their workloads.


“Start with one student and one teacher and build from there - find a student who is mastering skills in the OT room but needs to generalize” - Jayson Davies, M.A. OTR/L

“Don't fake it till you make it. Instead, believe it till you achieve it” -Jayson Davies, M.A. OTR/L

“If you have a student focusing on handwriting, try to find a way to incorporate daily support…even a 5 minutes check-in could have better outcomes” -Jayson Davies, M.A. OTR/L


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