Everything you wanted to know about us...
Who are we?
OTPlan was created in 2007 by Avital Shuster, a licensed and registered occupational therapist from Tustin, California.
The website was created while she was designing home therapy programs for children as part of her graduate work at the University of Southern California.
What do we do?
OTPlan matches the skills you want to work on, with the materials you have, to a detailed activity that will help you strengthen certain skills. Each activity details the purpose, materials needed, process, rating for the activity, and comments by people just like you.
Who is this website for?
Everyone. But specifically for occupational therapists in the pediatric field, educators, and parents.
Is it free?
Who's adding the treatment ideas?
Anyone can suggest new treatment activities. However, every suggestion is being reviewed by a registered and licensed Occupational Therapist (MA, OTR/L) to verify that the activity is appropriate.
What are the rankings for?
You can vote for each treatment activity. The votes can range from (1) to (5).
The more votes a treatment plan gets, the more likely it is to be presented to you when your skills and materials match it.
Can I leave any comments?
Yes! each treatment plan has a comments section at the bottom where you can share your thoughts about the activity and read what others had to say.
Can I add treatment activities?
Sure! Suggest activities.
What about my privacy?
We do not share or disclouse any information about our website visitors and we promise never to sell your email address or send you spam.
How can I support the website?
Suggest an activity idea and we will evaluate and put it up online, become our Facebook page fan,
on Google Plus, follow us on Twitter, and tell your friends/family/coworkers/students about OTPlan.
Post a job on our occupational therapy job board, buy a gift for your occupational therapist in our OT Shop, or contact us to become a sponsor.
Thanks to all our sponsors and supporters!
Yes. Please read our disclaimer page.