Weekly Therapy Schedule Room Sign

Weekly Therapy Schedule Room Sign for SNF OTs
Weekly Therapy Schedule Room Sign Preview
Weekly Therapy Schedule Room Sign for SNF OTs
Weekly Therapy Schedule Room Sign Preview

Weekly Therapy Schedule Room Sign

3.99

Doctor appointments, outings, family visits, bingo and MORE fill up a patient's week. Post this Weekly Schedule Form in a patient's room to help you increase productivity by being able to work around a patient's schedule.

  • Digital Download
  • Format: Editable Word document (.docx) and ready-to-use PDF
  • Published: October 2016
  • # of Pages: 1 
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Additional Information

The editable version enables you to customize the content and also includes a place for your facility's name and logo. 

This form is part of the SNF OT Bundle, in which you get this and 10 other forms for $29.99. 


About the Creators

Mandy Chamberlain OT

Mandy Chamberlain MOTR/L is an occupational therapist with a passion for working with the older adult population and the founder of SeniorsFlourish.com and the membership site, The Learning Lab. Both are dedicated to helping other geriatric OT's be the best they can be through education, resources, tips and videos. Her varied clinical background includes working with geriatrics through long term care, home health services, home modification consultation, assisted living, inpatient critical access and outpatient therapy services.

When she is not busy working as an independent contractor, consulting and running a website, she is enjoying the life in the mountains of Colorado with 3 energetic kids and an inspiring husband, all while sipping coffee and planning their next family travel adventure.

Sarah Lyon, OTR/L created  otpotential.com to help OTs provide the best care possible. She features her own work here as well as resources from other therapists. You can learn more about her journey on Potential's About page

When not thinking about occupational therapy, Sarah can be found hanging out with her amazing family, enjoying small town living, or frantically trying to finish her book club assignment. 



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