This PDF document was created in correlation with Just Right! A Sensory Modulation Curriculum for K-5 provides sensory strategies for each of the 3 RTI tiers. This can be used along with the curriculum or on its own! 

This is a Google Sheet created by Kim Wiggins. The sheet includes a sheet for a sample schedule, caseload list with goals with collapsing/grouped goals, moved/discharged students, and sample activities. It is discussed in Kim's Writing IEP Goals webinar. It will instruct you to make a copy, then save to your drive. 

Kim's Treatment Log Example created by OTKimWiggins

This is a Google Doc created by Kim.  It will instruct you to make a copy and then save to your own Google drive. This is sort of like an electronic file for your student, with all of the information you need. This is discussed during Kim's "Get it Done! OT Documentation" webinar. 

Just Right! List of Supplies to teach the curriculum

We have compiled a list of supplies you will need in order to teach the ENTIRE JustRight! curriculum! This list includes items per student for the classroom or the therapy room. 

Reversal Visual for Desks created by OTKimWiggins

This is a reversal visual cue card for students that often reverse letters b and d. If you teach the letter formation of these letters separately with completely different motor patterns you will see more success! The analogy of "honey bees" (for letter b) and saying the alphabet "a, b, c, d" (for letter d) has been extremely helpful for Kim's students! A larger version of this cue card is also available HERE

A Word document that can be customized to your student's needs. Add sensory strategies to monitor throughout the day. This is discussed during Kim's "Get it Done! OT Documentation" webinar. 

RtI Equipment Strategy Form created by OTKimWiggins

A PDF document that is used to monitor RtI strategies.  Use it to monitor strategies that are being used in the classroom. This is discussed during Kim's "Get it Done! OT Documentation" webinar. 

OT Evaluation Template created by OTKimWiggins

This is an evaluation template that Kim created over many years! The red text are notes to YOU (the reader) so please delete them! Highlighted sections are areas that need to be modified.

OT Evaluation/IEP To-Do LIST created by OTKimWiggins

This is an evaluation template that Kim created over many years! The red text are notes to YOU (the reader) so please delete them! Highlighted sections are areas that need to be modified.

This is an OT Screening template that Kim created! You can use it as a screening tool and then simply type in the answers to create a report. Pick and choose the areas to screen based on the reason for the referral.  Omit the areas not used. 

OT Screening Google Form for Teachers created by OTKimWiggins

This is an OT Screening form that is meant for teachers to complete. The information received in this google form is extremely helpful for making recommendations. This form will be reviewed in Kim's Get it Done! OT Documentation webinar (recording 2/8/22).

You can also use google tools to organize the information in a Google Sheet.  Within the Google Form, you can follow these steps to get a better formatted printed version of an individual student's information: Within the Google Form click on Responses, Create Spreadsheet (click the green Google Sheet button), this opens a new sheet with the information. Unfortunately, the answers appear horizontally. So my suggestion is to click on the plus sign on the bottom and "add sheet" to open a new sheet at the bottom. Copy and paste the column from this ->  OT Screening Google Form for Printing. Then highlight the row of student answers from the original Google Sheet called "Form Responses 1", select copy. Then click on "Sheet 2" and the top cell of the 2nd column. Right-click, click "Paste Special," click "Transposed." This will change the row into a column and it should match up to the questions. Then print. Don't worry! This is all demonstrated in the webinar!  

Fine Motor bags created by OTKimWiggins

This is an example of a fine motor bag that can be created to send home with students. These bags can also be given to students to use in the classroom. All of these supplies were purchased at the Dollar Store. Explanations of sample activities using the supplies are also provided. Kim includes this document in the bag for teachers and parents to reference.

OT/PT/SLP “Push in” Bags created by OTKimWiggins

Kim advocates for an increase in push-in sessions to work on functional skills! This is a list of suggestions for what to put in your "push-in bag!" This is discussed in Kim's Push-in to the Classroom and "The COVID Slide" webinars. 

Books with Motor Activity compiled by OTKimWiggins

This list is a compilation of books that incorporate movement and motor activities. You can use this list if you plan on co-teaching or co-treating sessions! This is discussed in Kim's Push-in to the Classroom webinar.

"Who Gets More Therapy?" created by OTKimWiggins

This document is explained in Kim's "Caseload Management" and "Push-in to the Classroom" courses. It explains the difference between direct therapy and a consultation model. Essentially students that are receiving consultation services can receive more therapeutic minutes. 

Please consider purchasing Kim's Visual Perception Webinar to fully understand how to use the links and resources. 

OT CERT adapted by OTKimWiggins

This document provides you with an objective way to determine frequency of OT services. This was adapted from the Florida Department of Education, Bureau of Exceptional Education & Student Services by Kim Wiggins, OTR/L. It is explained thoroughly in Kim's Caseload Management course. Please note that the determination of frequency using this tool is simply a suggestion. Use your professional judgement to make a recommendation based on your student's needs.

Speech Therapy CERT created by OTKimWiggins

This document provides you with an objective way to determine frequency of Speech Therapy services. This was adapted from the Florida Department of Education, Bureau of Exceptional Education & Student Services by Kim Wiggins, OTR/L. It is explained in Kim's Caseload Management course. Please note that the determination of frequency using this tool is simply a suggestion. Use your professional judgement to make a recommendation based on your student's needs.

Physical Therapy CERT created by OTKimWiggins

This document provides you with an objective way to determine frequency of Speech Therapy services. This was adapted from the Florida Department of Education, Bureau of Exceptional Education & Student Services by Kim Wiggins, OTR/L. It is explained in Kim's Caseload Management course. Please note that the determination of frequency using this tool is simply a suggestion. Use your professional judgement to make a recommendation based on your student's needs.

This helpful resource provides you with a checklist to ensure you have objective and measurable goals. It is explained in Kim's Writing IEP Goals webinar. 

Sample SMART Goals created by OTKimWiggins

This is a list of sample SMART OT goals! Please use this as a reference and amend the goals to meet the needs of your student's individual needs. This is explained in Kim's Writing IEP Goals​ webinar. 

Handwriting Pyramid created by OTKimWiggins

This is a pyramid developed by Kim discussed in her Sloppy Handwriting Webinar. The pyramid indicates the skills needed for handwriting development.