Monday, December 9, 2013
40 Documentation Terms for Pediatric Therapy
After seeing this post on Pinterest from Creative Clinical Social Worker, I thought it would be helpful to post about terminology to use for pediatric therapy. If you follow my blog or website, you know I love the words "facilitate", "promote" and "encourage". When documenting therapy sessions I tend to overuse the words "completed" and "accomplished". So in order to expand my vocabulary I looked over the list and added some of my own. Some of the terms are more suitable for evaluations and some are more suitable for on going documentation of therapy sessions. Try adding some measurable outcomes to these verbs for goal setting.
Here is a list of documentation terminology for pediatric therapists:
If you would like a printable of this page to toss in your therapy bag, wallet or purse to increase your vocabulary next time you write up an evaluation or session note visit YourTherapySource.com.
What is your favorite documentation terminology?