If...

  • you’ve been frustrated at ever-increasing caseloads with the paperwork to match...
  • you feel like all of your time is spent typing up reports and not ACTUALLY helping kids…
  • you're spending all your free time working during evenings and weekends

...then this is the bundle for you.

As a Dynamic School OT, you will become someone who...


....creates and upholds systems that are incredibly efficient, saving hours of time each week

...demonstrates OT's unique value to coworkers and other stakeholders with clear + concise documentation

...values their work/life balance and knows when it is okay to say "no."

...knows the importance of evidence-based practice and incorporates it into their treatment wherever they can.

...collaborates with teachers, paraprofessionals, administrators, and parents to make meaningful change.

...doesn't settle for "good enough" and has the drive to constantly grow and progress.

Dynamic School OT

But it didn't start out this way for me.


Frustrated School OT

I had worked in outpatient pediatrics for 2 years before I accepted my first travel job in the school system.


I said my goodbyes, packed up my life into a hatchback, and moved across the country to a rural town in Northern California where I was the only school-based OT.


And I felt so alone.


I called my friend from grad school until she was sick of hearing my voice. I spent hours scrolling Facebook groups trying to soak in all of the knowledge. I looked up research, best practices, and downloaded a million free resources until my brain was overloaded.


Even with experience in outpatient pediatrics (and early intervention!), school-based practice felt SO different. The systems and templates I had used in previous positions simply weren't applicable to school-based OT.


I was lucky to be in a supportive district that wanted to help me become a good school OT. But since they weren’t OTs, they didn’t really have the resources I needed. While I still learned a lot from them, I spent a lot of time wishing for someone that would give me the exact form, template, or research reference I needed. It was like starting from scratch.


Instead, I spent a good chunk of my free time working on becoming the best school OT that I could be, creating documents and systems that would streamline my practice. And that continued to the next district I worked for. And the next.


Now, after working for several districts across multiple states, I feel incredibly confident in my school-based practice. I feel secure in the decisions I make, the evaluations I write, and the goals I set for my students. I can truly say that I love my job and I’m proud of the work that I do. 


But it’s not enough for me to feel this way. I want EVERY school OT to feel like they are an expert at what they do. 


And the truth is, you probably are! You might just need some help getting there. 


But that help doesn’t have to take the form of exhausting yourself by spending 5-10 hours of your week –  on top of your actual work! –  wading through all of the noise online.


Instead, what if there was a thoughtfully designed bundle that included all of the paperwork, templates, and forms you wish you had, but have no time to create?


I've got happy news for you, friend. This is exactly what you'll find in The Dynamic School OT Resouce Bundle.


This bundle will give you resources on:


  • how to write legally defensible evaluations that cover more than fine motor skills.
  • how to figure out how much service time to recommend for any type of student.
  • how to effectively document in this setting and do it in a way that doesn’t take up hours of your day.
  • how to set up a referral and RtI processes to empower teachers to help all students - whether they're on your caseload or not.
  • how to address goals that are collaborative, relevant, and most importantly, meaningful to the student.
  • how to choose the appropriate piece of assistive technology to help students meet their goals.
  • ...and so much more.


This is not just your typical resource bundle on interventions. And it's also not based on impractical and irrelevant needs that don't actually relate to your day-to-day. These resources are created by a school-based OT who is right there in the trenches alongside you and wants all school OTs to feel confident and knowledgeable about what they do. And most importantly, to do it in a way that doesn't take up hours and hours of their free time.


Because when we all do better, our profession does better. Our schools do better. Our KIDS do better. 


Those are the resources I’ve created for you. 


I created this bundle because I am truly passionate about school-based OT. I love this job and I have trouble seeing myself ever doing anything else. I choose this job over and over again each time I sign a new contract.


And it is my mission for every other school OT to feel that passion as well. We have the potential to make SO much difference, but we can’t do so unless we are assertive and confident in what we do - and are given sufficient time to do it.


And I’m guessing that despite any difficulties you might currently be facing, you probably feel the same as I do. I don’t think I’ve ever met a school OT who didn’t love the root of their job helping kids. And I would bet a lot of money that you’re probably pretty dang good at that part of the job.

So let me help you with the rest. Organization. Time management. Recommending services, not recommending services. Writing thorough documentation. Laws and regulations. RtI. Systems.


Because at the end of the day, being a great interventionist is just one piece of being an effective school-based therapist. 


It’s all of those little fiddly pieces that surround it that ensure your interventions aren’t going to waste - and that they’re helping as many kids as they can.

Because when all is said and done, your kids need a therapist that does more than just bringing a fun craft to a session.

They need the OT who will get the funding for necessary equipment. They need the OT who will advocate on their behalf through well-written evaluations. They need the OT who comes to school refreshed and ready each day, not staving off burnout. They need the OT who is able to easily share their knowledge with the paraprofessionals that work with them every day. They need the OT that they will never meet in person, but taught the entire school staff about universal design for learning.




They NEED The Dynamic School OT.


Review of The Dynamic School OT

The Dynamic School OT Resource Bundle is a pack that is made up of over 100 resources that are stuffed to the gills with actionable content that will transform your practice, from practical formulas on how to recommend services to legally-defensible evaluation templates. Resources include templates, forms, spreadsheets, handouts, research, and reference links from a school OT who has actually been where you are right now.


This is the culmination of the most valuable resources I've created or referenced over the years, including assessment templates, screening paperwork, intervention plans, and data tracking forms. These resources will save you hours and hours of time within your practice so that you don't have to reinvent the wheel.


After you purchase, you'll immediately have access to all of the resources - which are yours to keep for life.


Review of The Dynamic School OT
The Dynamic School OT Testimonial
The Dynamic School OT Resource Bundle
The Dynamic School OT Testimonial

Full Resource List

Want to know exactly what you'll be getting? Here's the full list!

  1. Acronym List
  2. The Dynamic School OT Facebook Group
  3. Searchable IDEA Full Text
  4. California School-Based OT FAQs
  5. Parent and Educator Resource Guide to Section 504 in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools
  6. FERPA Info
  7. Wrightslaw
  8. Common Core Standards
  9. Pre-Referral Strategies
  10. Robust Sample High School OT Assessment
  11. Robust Sample Preschool OT Assessment
  12. Robust Sample Elementary School OT Assessment
  13. Robust Sample Middle School OT Assessment
  14. Typical Development of Children
  15. The Role of OT in Preschools
  16. OT Screening Request Google Form 
  17. OT Screening Request Google Doc
  18. Related Services Referral Form
  19. RtI for School-Based OTs
  20. RtI Data Tracking Form
  21. OT Classroom Observation Form
  22. Executive Function Checklist for Teachers
  23. Common Pediatric Conditions & Associated Special Education Eligibilities 
  24. The Most Common School-Based OT Assessments
  25. How to Determine SBOT Minutes of Service
  26. Procedural Safeguards Info
  27. Yearly IEP Calendar for SBOTs
  28. Guidelines for Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy in California Public Schools
  29. Google Scholar
  30. Effectiveness of paediatric occupational therapy for children with disabilities: A systematic review
  31. SeekFreaks
  32. Rethinking Hand-over-Hand
  33. Tommy Adaptive
  34. Betabrand
  35. SMHP
  36. Working with Medically Fragile Students
  37. WATI
  38. SETT
  39. Sample AT Assessment
  40. Read&Write for Google Chrome 
  41. Co:Writer 
  42. SnapType 
  43. ModMath 
  44. Equatio 
  45. Clicker 
  46. Typing.com 
  47. Bookshare 
  48. Learning Ally
  49. Resoomer 
  50. Grammarly
  51. Snap&Read
  52. Writing Wizard
  53. How to Edit PDFs Digitally
  54. Practice Exercises for Editing a PDF
  55. iPad Apps & Accessibility
  56. AT Equipment Inventory
  57. Intervention Plan + Daily Notes Sample
  58. Sample POC
  59. SBOT Session Documentation Form
  60. Email Templates for Collaborating on Goals
  61. School-Based OT Goal Rubric
  62. OT Consult Request Google Form
  63. Calendly
  64. AOTA Caseload to Workload
  65. Incoming IEP Checklist
  66. Managing Digital Files and Email
  67. How to Block Your Schedule
  68. Ten Tips for Maintaining Work-Life Balance as a School-Based OT
  69. To-Do List Options for SBOTs
  70. Why Teachers Aren’t Implementing Your Strategies
  71. School-Based COTA Supervision Form
  72. Sample Google Drive Organization
  73. School-Based Occupational Therapist Performance Evaluation
  74. School-Based OT Fieldwork Supervision Forms
  75. OSEP Letter About Missed Related Services
  76. When OT is SDI
  77. 10 Teletherapy Tools
  78. 10 Teletherapy Tips
  79. Teletherapy Scripts
  80. CPCHILD Caregiver Questionnaire 
  81. SAFER Scale
  82. Telehealth Share
  83. Virtual OT Eval Checklist
  84. How to Conduct a Great IEP via Videoconferencing
  85. Video Conference Tips & Etiquette
  86. Paraprofessional Support During Distance Learning
  87. Building Fine Motor Skills at Home
  88. Building Healthy Sleep Routines
  89. Executive Function for Older Students
  90. Healthy Screentime Ideas
  91. Making your Home A Sensory-Friendly Learning Environment
  92. Puberty and Sexual Health for Students with Disabilities
  93. Shaving and Hair Removal for Students with Disabilities
  94. Supporting Emotional Regulation in Children
  95. Tips for Hygiene and Grooming
  96. Tips for Teaching Covering your Cough
  97. Tips for Teaching Dressing
  98. Tips for Teaching Hairbrushing
  99. Tips for Teaching Handwashing
  100. Tips for Teaching Toothbrushing
  101. Tips for Toileting + Menstrual Hygiene
  102. Transitions and Non-Preferred Activities
  103. Wearing a Face Mask
  104. Written Expression Support for High Schoolers


The Dynamic School OT Testimonial

Hi, I’m Devon.


When I was 16 years old, like many people, I had never heard of occupational therapy. But I knew I wanted to do something that helped people, and I had always valued independence. So when OT was described to me on a college visit, I knew I was hearing about my future career.

Now, I've had the pleasure of dipping my toes into most OT settings, but pediatrics has always had my heart. So when the opportunity came to become a travel therapist and work in the school system, I jumped at it.

Little did I know that I was about to be thrown into some of the most stressful, overwhelming, and passionate years of my life. Eventually, I realized that I couldn't let this passion serve me and my students alone – it was something I had to share with people.

That's why I created The Dynamic School OT Resource Bundle. This pack is the synthesis of thousands of hours of practice in this setting combined with a lot of sweat, grit, and tears. It's everything I wish I had when I first started in this setting, and I can't wait to see how it revolutionizes your practice.

Devon Breithart

The fee for this bundle is $197.



I realize that may sound expensive at first blush. But let me remind you what you're getting:

  • pages and pages of templates, resources, and forms that are going to help you save SO much time as a school-based OT. No more spending hours working off the clock or past contract hours just to get the basic functions of your job done.
  • a head start on creating the systems you need to be efficient as a school-based OT.
  • Best of all, you'll be feeling confident, collected, and ready to be the effective school OT that you were always meant to be.

So my question to you would be this: How much is it worth to you to...

  1. love your job
  2. be incredibly effective at what you do
  3. all while maintaining excellent work-life balance?

I know my answer.

Happy School OT

This course is closed for enrollment.

The Dynamic School OT Testimonial
The Dynamic School OT Testimonial
The Dynamic School OT Testimonial

FAQs


Who is this bundle for?

This bundle is for occupational therapists who are practicing or would like to practice in the U.S. school system. COTAs will find much of this content relevant as well.

Is this bundle only for therapists who are new to the school system?

No! While this pack is an excellent primer for any therapist brand new to the school system, it's also full of great resources for OTPs who have been doing this a while. Many OTs who have been working in the schools for over 10 or even 15 years have found these resources incredibly useful. No matter how long you've been in the schools, if you feel that something is holding you back from being more efficient, effective, and confident in your practice, then this is a great fit for you.

Can students use these resources?

Yes, absolutely! This bundle will be relevant for any student who is about to enter Level 2 fieldwork in the schools or who would like to go into this setting after they graduate.

Are these the same resources that are in The Dynamic School OT Self-Paced Course?

YES! These are the exact same resources found in the course, minus the video module course content.

Do you get CEUs from this?

No, this is not a course and thus is not eligible for CEUs.

When and how do I get the resources?

As soon as you purchase, you'll immediately have access to download the resources. They are yours to keep for life!

How often is this bundle offered?

This is the second time the resource bundle has been offered, though the resources are all available in The Dynamic School OT Self-Paced Course. I can't guarantee just the resources will be available again, so if you're interested, jump on it now!

Can practitioners outside of the U.S. benefit from these resources?

Yes, with the caveat that much of these resources are based on the special education system in the U.S. If you're on the fence, shoot me an email at [email protected] and I can help you decide if this would be helpful in your country.

Are scholarships available?

Scholarships are not currently available for this product.

How do I request accommodations for special needs?

Email me at [email protected] to discuss your needs before registering and I will work with you to provide needed accommodations per the ADA.

What age groups/diagnoses do the resources cover?

These resources will be relevant for therapists who are working with preschoolers all the way to 21+ post-secondary students. It is also applicable to therapists working with a variety of diagnoses commonly seen in the school system, such as autism, intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, ADHD, developmental delay, etc. If you're not sure if this course will be relevant to your current position/caseload, message me at [email protected] and I'd be happy to answer!

Is there an installment plan available?

Currently, only a one-time payment is available.

What is the refund policy?

Due to the digital nature of these products, no refunds are available.

Can I share or modify these resources?

Once you purchase the resources, they are yours to modify as you please to help you meet the specifics of your job. You are also welcome to share these with the parents, teachers, and other therapists you work directly with at your school/district. You are not allowed to share these resources with therapists who are not your coworkers, such as in online groups or forums. You are also not allowed to profit from these resources. Instead, if you find people who are interested in these resources, please direct them here. Thanks for respecting my intellectual property!

How can I contact you?

Shoot me an email at [email protected] and I'd be happy to answer any questions that aren't listed here!