1 Make Goals

The occupational therapist meets with the client and/or parents or caregivers and will use the COPM to enable the client to identify issues that they are having with participation in activities at home, at school, in the workplace, or in the community.

Participation Goals

Examples of participation issues include getting together with friends, attending a sporting event in the community, participating in travel, or taking part in work meetings or classroom activities. Using the COPM, the client will prioritize these issues and the occupational therapist will then help him/her set up to three participation goals…

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