Faculty members from the Department of Occupational Therapy have developed several apps for mobile devices to allow people to take OT beyond the classroom and clinic. Collectively, our occupational therapy apps have been downloaded over 350,000 times. Check out our apps below!
|Based on the Occupational Therapy Kawa River Model, Kawa uses the metaphor of a river
to express your life and how it is flowing. Drag, position, and label objects in your
river to represent the things that affect you and your life.
Download the Kawa App
|OT at Home is an app designed to provide pediatric occupational therapists easy to
access and creative projects to address cognitive, motor, and social skills with the
kids they treat. It can be used to create a bridge between the clinic and home environments
by providing an accessible resource of activities for caregivers to use at home, under
the direction of their child's therapist. This simple tool can be used by the occupational
therapist to increase collaboration and overall communication with the caregivers
of the children they work with, while at the same time providing families a resource
that is user friendly and promotes easy to access, fun activities to do with their
Download OT at Home
|OT Kinesiology Pro Consult is a resource to learn how to correctly and accurately
measure joint range of motion. See the movement being measured in clinic, highlighting goniometer placement and the
prime muscles involved in an animated 3D skeleton.
Download OT Kinesiology Pro Consult
|Posture Perfect is an app developed for chiropractors, physical therapists, occupational
therapists, massage therapists, and other fitness professionals that allows you to
objectively evaluate posture. This user friendly app will better allow professionals
to capture initial posture and measure progress throughout the course of treatment
without adding extra time to their evaluation process.
Download Posture Perfect