A 9-year-old boy has been described by his teachers as impulsive, loud, unable to sit still, and a disruption to the class. An OT examines the case and believes that the ALERT Program is a possible solution to improve the student's ability to self-regulate in the classroom. The OT prefers to use of Evidence-Based Practice and wants to determine whether the ALERT Program is a viable option to improve the student's ability to self-regulate in the classroom.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Gatien, Collin and Dowling, Jake, "Effectiveness of the ALERT Program for School-Aged Children" (2019). Occupational Therapy Graduate Student Evidenced-Based Research Reviews. 68.