Date Presented Accepted for AOTA INSPIRE 2021 but unable to be presented due to online event limitations.
This proposal will present and review data from a fidelity-of-intervention tool currently used to evaluate the fidelity of implementation in pediatric constraint-induced movement therapy (pCIMT). Measuring treatment fidelity in OT environments will allow therapists to translate core components of therapies that have been scientifically validated as efficacious. This is critical for pCIMT as it is widely used in the treatment of children with hemiparesis across clinical settings
Primary Author and Speaker: Megan D. Price
Contributing Authors: Stephanie DeLuca, Sharon Landesman Ramey, Amy Darragh, and Rich Stevenson