Frequently asked questions
1. Why OT-Pro
Why do you want to work with OT-Pro® as an occupational therapist?
This tool maps out treatment problems and will draw up therapy objectives and an intervention plan based on ICF codes. Your interventions are noted down on the spot and you always have your client data and file at hand, wherever you are. Reporting is done automatically with a single click.
How important is innovation in healthcare?
Technological innovation reduces costs, saves time in administration, increases the quality/time spent and care of the client.
Less time for administration = more time for my client. How to do this?
The collection of all data online in one place. All the data is collected online and in one place
The tool guides you from the needs and goals to an intervention plan and follow-up overview, which results in a clear and unambiguous report for third parties.
The tool is based on ICF codes drawn up by the WHO. Core sets of these codes are compiled and used according to specific filtering of the client's needs.
2. Client data
I don't know the full name of the client, the system also finds him with partial info.
The operating system behind OT-Pro® is known for displaying the file superfast and with minimal information from the client.
3. Ergo details
I am looking for the name of a healthcare provider or a person next door.
These can be found under the ergo details tab. They are linked to your database and can therefore only be entered once for all your files.
Can I find the client's medical file or anamnesis somewhere?
The application allows all documents, reports, photos etc. to be uploaded into the file under history. This ensures that all information is in one online file and can easily consulted. Your previous interventions are also preserved.
What concessions is my client entitled to?
The tool provides a nice overview of interventions in the areas of learning/working, playing/leisure, housing and care. A check mark is all that is needed to register the admission.
4. The file
Can I enter more than one aid request?
You can enter more than one aid request. Each with one long-term objective and several short-term objectives.
Will I see different ICF codes for a different pathology or target group (adult/child/older)?
With each selection you will be shown core sets drawn up by the WHO. It is therefore not necessary to go through the entire questionnaire. The app makes a scientifically based selection for you.
Why do we use the ICF codes?
The ICF, drawn up by the WHO, creates a common language for describing a person's functioning with the aim of aligning communication between healthcare professionals.
Is this done through ICF codes?
The tool is based on ICF codes drawn up by the WHO. Each target group, combined with a problem definition, leads to different questions.
Objectives and interventions.
You can add interventions to each objective. A clear follow-up, with the associated clear report, is removed in a single mouse click.
Can I add third-party documents?
Photos, reports etc. can be uploaded under the tab 'History'. The entire file, including information from other care workers, is available in one file.
Monitoring and reporting.
Your digital notes are stored in an attractive report with a single mouse click.
5. How safe is this system?
Can another healthcare provider view the file?
This is perfectly possible in the zones approved for him by the occupational therapist and provided there is a care relationship with the client.
What if I lose my file or my PC crashes?
OT-Pro® is an online application, which means there is a constant backup in the cloud. Our helpdesk will be happy to help you in case of problems.
What about confidential client information?
These are only visible to those for whom the occupational therapist gave approval.
6. The occupational therapist profession.
What is an occupational therapist?
An occupational therapist is a paramedic who supervises and treats people who, due to illness or an accident, are unable to do their daily routine.
What does an occupational therapist do?
An occupational therapist makes a diagnosis and treats clients on the basis of the client's needs and requirements. Taking into account the environment, personal situation and financial possibilities.
Tasks of an occupational therapist
Investigates, treats and supervises.
He translates the request for help into a concrete treatment plan.
He records the progress on the basis of the set objectives.
He provides information to third parties
He realizes possible adjustments to the living, working or living situation.
When to call in an occupational therapist?
If you have difficulty carrying out your daily activities This can be about the household, your personal care but also about carrying out your work, study or hobbies.
Fall prevention by an occupational therapist
The occupational therapist reduces the risks and increases the client's skills. By learning other habits (e.g. seated showering) or changing the physical environment.
Reintegration by an occupational therapist
Occupational therapy for work-related complaints has proven to be effective. It speeds up the resumption of work, keeping the employee motivated and in touch with the company.
Occupational therapy for the elderly
People often want to stay in their homes for as long as possible. The occupational therapist has a lot to offer to these elderly people living at home. This includes guidance and possible adjustments to their daytime activities, but also making environmental adjustments.
Occupational therapy for children
Children who are less fluent with their skills, than their peers, can receive specific support and guidance from an occupational therapist.
How do I become an occupational therapist?
Occupational therapy is a 3-year professional bachelor programme. Thereafter, the occupational therapist can specialise in areas such as autism spectrum disorders, interdisciplinary care for the elderly, palliative care, psychosocial gerontology, a master's degree in occupational medicine, etc.
What is occupational therapy?
Occupational therapy is the counselling of people on the basis of their strength and not on the basis of their complaint. The aim is for the client to be able to take up his/her daily activities again, subject to possible adjustments or aids.
Software for occupational therapists
The OT-Pro® software package is tailor-made for the occupational therapist. It allows for less time in administration so more time for the client.
The collection of all data online in one place.
The tool guides you from needs and goals to an intervention plan and a follow-up overview, which results in a clear report for third parties.
The tool is based on ICF codes drawn up by the WHO. Core sets of these codes are compiled and used according to specific filtering of the needs of the client. used.