School Based Therapy Documentation and Organization
Tips and Tricks To Make Your School Based Therapy (PT, OT, or SLP) Documentation and Organization Easier Using OneNote
Feel confident that you can be organized and efficient this year!
Imagine how great it would feel to start your year feeling organized in your documentation and very little paper to keep track of. This can be you when you!
This course shows you how to make your school based therapy (OT, PT, or SLP) documentation a breeze using OneNote by Microsoft.
OneNote made my files and documentation so much more organized when I worked as a school based therapist! Not only was I more efficient, but I had gone almost completely paperless when it came to my files. This can be you too!
This course goes into how to use OneNote to document for the school based therapist to save you time and hassle!
The course goes over the desktop version of OneNote and the Windows 10 version of OneNote. There is an option to download OneNote for Mac as well, but please note the course is recorded using the Windows version so things could look a little different.
The course will look at the following.
- Considerations to take when getting started on OneNote
- Saving OneNote to your hard drive
- Understanding the Cloud
- Setting up your documentation/files in OneNote
- Printing to OneNote
- Templates in OneNote
- Adding photos to OneNote
- Adding files to OneNote
- Exporting from OneNote
- Sharing from OneNote
- Printing from OneNote
- Deleting items from OneNote
- Using other devices to access your OneNote files
If you are a therapist that is frustrated with the time it is taking you to document, having too much paper to haul around and not feeling organized. Take a look at OneNote as an option to make your life easier!
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION FOR 1.5 HOURS AVAILABLE AT THE COMPLETION OF THE COURSE!
USING ONENOTE WAS A GAME CHANGER FOR ME WHEN IT CAME TO ORGANIZATION AND EFFICIENCY WHILE WORKING IN THE SCHOOLS.
–Chanda has been a physical therapist for 11 years. She worked as a school based physical therapist for 7 years. She currently runs the website Pink Oatmeal where she tries to make life easier for therapists, teachers, and parents by providing resources that they can use in their classroom, therapy rooms, or homes that promote movement and motor skills. Chanda lives in Minnesota with her husband, dog, and three young children!