Developed by practitioners, the MOHOST seeks to objectify the information a therapist gathers while screening for occupational therapy services. The MOHOST uses a variety of data collection methods and is flexible enough to be used in a variety of intervention settings. Finally, the MOHOST uses language that enables therapist to communicate findings clearly with clients, their families, and other professionals. The MOHOST was designed to be used to document progress towards occupational therapy intervention goals as well as to screen for occupational therapy services. Extensive rating criteria for each item is provided in the manual. After the assessment is purchased, the printable full assessment manual and fillable assessment forms are available by clicking the "My MOHO" tab located in the tab bar at the top of the browser , clicking the "Create a New Evaluation" link located in a textbox on the right side of the screen , selecting your assessment from the drop down menu and clicking start, and finally clicking the "Manual" or "Assessment Forms" link in the "Links and Resources" box.
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