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OT FACT: Feature Summary - R2D2 Center at UW-Milwaukee
Feature Summary

OT FACT offers many powerful features for functional assessment software and report writing in occupational therapy. Version 2.0 runs on the Apple Macintosh Operating System and IBM - compatible computers with Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows 3.1 Operating Systems.

More Questions for Specialized Areas of Practice

Almost 1000 questions are now available in OT FACT to help provide more detail for specialized areas of practice.

Customizable Question Sets

Of the 950+ functional performance categories, less than 300 are core categories. This means that about 650 of the questions are optional to enable users to customize the question set for particular areas of practice.

Extended Demographics

Twenty-five basic demographic categories and thirteen extended demographic items are available for research, quality improvements activities, program evaluation, or even auto-merging of information into individually written reports.

Automatic Inclusion of Assessment Data into Reports

The auto-merge feature of OT FACT promotes efficient report writing. Auto-merge pulls data directly from the Demographic and OT Performance Modules and automatically places them into forms and formats you design.

Copy and Paste Features

The OT FACT Version 2.0 Report Module enables users to clip items from lists of commonly used words, phrases or sentences to develop individualized, efficient reports. A list of commonly used goals and treatment plans can be tapped to develop consistent yet comprehensive reports more rapidly.

Memo Templates

Memo fields are available in OT FACT Version 2.0 to provide a place to document detailed or additional information related to any question. These can also be utilized as templates to include data from other specialized evaluations.

Special Scoring Types

OT Fact Version 2.0 introduces new scoring capabilities to identify and document the specific effects of assistive technology as environment-free, and/or environment-adjusted. Additional advanced scoring protocols allow for self satisfaction, goal or co-variate scoring.

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