This virtual therapy planning sheet will help you get organized and prepared for each upcoming telehealth physical therapy or occupational therapy session.
As seasoned therapists with years of experience in the school setting and as play group facilitators for our non-profit organization, we’ve been learning right alongside all of you when it comes to what works and what doesn’t work during virtual sessions.
Our latest free printable – Pro Tips to Help You Tackle Teletherapy – shares some of our top tips to help you navigate virtual therapy successfully. Today, we’re back again with another awesome freebie to support you as you plan and prepare for virtual sessions.
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The Virtual Therapy Planning Sheet
This simple download will help you organize all of the information you need for each of your virtual sessions, making virtual therapy planning a breeze! The printable includes sections for:
-Client Name & Date
-Important links you’ll need for your session
-Supplies/materials/books needed for the session
Simply type or cut and paste right into the document to keep important links, materials lists, and session notes right at your fingertips for each of your clients. Enter the information for your session into the planning sheet, select “Save As” from the menu and save it using the client’s name or date. Repeat for each of your sessions and you’re good to go!
We can’t wait to hear how this planner works for you – reply in the comments and let us know!
Looking for more inspiration for your teletherapy practice? Check out a behind the scenes peek at one of our virtual therapy sessions!
And don’t miss our Virtual Therapy pack! This resource is full of more than 60 fun, engaging, colorful interactive activities for your teletherapy practice!
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