Home Health OT All-in-One Weekly Planner

Home Health OT All-in-One Weekly Planner

9.99

Ready to try something different and skip the burnout? This sleek all-in-one planner is for the home health OT ready to rock a full caseload and stay out of overtime.

Organize a 20+ patient caseload. Set and measure a personal productivity goal. Manage visit types easily. Capture OT eval ranges. Jot down research ideas and supplies. Manage 12+ zip codes. Capture cert period dates in one place. Account for case conference meetings. Experience the possibility of sane productivity.

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  • Format: PDF
  • Page count: 1
  • Published: April 2018
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How can I know if this will actually help me?

The best way to know is to try it. You can rest assured that this design was developed by a home health OT for the home health OT. It’s been customized to include space for the details that often get lost or unaddressed, and therefore put you into overtime.  The decision to make this a public product was only made after the designer of it was able to find extreme value and help from it. She (the designer) loves using it on a clipboard covered by a blank page for privacy.

How do I know if this is for me or not?

Are you sick of struggling to be more productive AND still give high quality occupational therapy?  Are you sick of working into overtime? Are you ready to take action to try something new so that you can actually have a life at night (versus document through it)?  If you answered YES to any of these, this is absolutely for you.

Are you wanting to just read about and learn about options to improve productivity, but aren’t quite ready to change any behavior? If you answered YES, this is not for you. However, you may like this article on productivity hacks for OTs in home health.


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About the Author

Monika Lukasiewicz is a freelance writer and home health occupational therapist who currently lives and primarily adventures in Portland, OR. Her first year as a home health OT left her wishing someone had written about the experiences, challenges, and opportunities to ease the transition into HH. So she became the change she wanted to see, and started writing and sharing.  Her mission is to help new, prospect, and curious home health occupational therapists solve work and quality of life challenges so they can live a truly juicy life. Her ebook on Home Health OT Strategies and Insights has reached more than 2,000 occupational therapists. She loves hearing from other home health occupational therapists. Reach out to her at othomehealthboutique@gmail.com, on Facebook or on LinkedIn.


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