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Targeting of Outcomes


Targeting of Outcomes


Targeting of outcomes refers to the gathering of measurable, objective and subjective data (at initial evaluation and discharge) in order to demonstrate the benefit of occupational therapy approaches. 

Radial Fracture, Part 3: Measuring ROM ( click here for sample videos )

Radial Fracture, Part 3: Measuring ROM
(click here for sample videos)


Search the ICE Video Library for the titles below, or for keywords such as: range of motion, strength, gait analysis.


Ask these questions when watching the related videos.

  1. What other types of outcome measures can be collected?
  2. What types of assessments are available for reporting outcome measures at initial evaluation and at discharge from occupational therapy services? 
  3. How should outcomes be documented in the medical chart? 

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Amanda K. Giles, OTD, OTR/L
Assistant Professor
Division of Occupational Therapy
College of Health Professions
Medical University of South Carolina