This week in the OT Potential Club, we look at a randomized control trial of the PLAY Project, which is an early-intervention program that treats young children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
While this sounds very specific, I think it's applicable to all OTs, since some broad themes and questions arise from the research. One of the biggest questions, which applies to all patients, involves both time and money:
How in the world can we get patients enough treatment time to actually see meaningful outcomes—and how can we do this in a cost-effective way?
We also briefly talk about our new blog post, How to Become an OT, as well as some updates to the OT Potential Club.