OTReference Pocket Guide




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This General Adult Rehab Set of Occupational Therapy Quick Reference cards is comprised of 16 double-sided pages of reference material relevant to individuals studying or working within the field of Occupational Therapy with a focus on adult rehabilitation. Pages are color coded to coincide with different topic areas to facilitate the “quick” aspect of this quick reference item. Whereas many other quick reference products on the market are targeted at a general medical audience, this product was designed by a licensed Occupational Therapist (OT) and caters to the distinct “OT Mindset.”

Topics found on the cards range from:
Manual Muscle Testing (MMT) values and procedures, expected Range of Motion (ROM) values for the upper and lower extremities, Lab Values and/or Vitals, Orthopedic Post-Operative precautions and Weightbearing classifications, Spinal Cord Injury, Stroke, Vision, General Neurological, Upper Extremity Dermatomes & Myotomes, the Brachial Plexus, Hand Anatomy, and assessment and descriptions of common Upper Extremity Conditions.


  • Cards are made of a smooth, laminated surface to allow for easy cleaning
  • 3" by 5" (or index card size)
  • Set includes 16 double sided cards (32 sides total)
  • Each card is about half the thickness of a credit card so it won't feel bulky
  • A removable metal ring allows for flexibility with the order and/or content of the set
  • Color coded pages for easy topic recognition
  • Authored by an OT for OTs!


My name is Jennifer and I am an Occupational Therapist (OTR/L) passionately striving for continual personal and professional growth. Although I am now a fully-fledged Occupational Therapist working in an Acute Care setting, this product was born while I was preparing for my first Level II Fieldwork experience in a Neuro-focused setting. Over time I have expanded the guide to include a range of material relevant to Occupational Therapy practitioners and students who see a diverse range of adult patient populations across all types of practice settings.

Through my business OTReference, LLC I have been able to blend my love for organization, print design, and learning in a way that aims to benefit those of us involved in the field of Occupational Therapy (OT). As I continue to learn and grow I hope to expand my range of reference materials to better suit the unique needs of our profession.

To keep up with my business and life as an OT, find me on Instagram @otreference

DISCLAIMER: All of the images used are approved for open source use or remixing by their original author via Creative Commons licenses. This tool is a general resource and not a comprehensive clinical exam or practice guide. The author intended for this resource to be accurate and free of errors but no guarantee can be made. The author assumes no responsibility for any outcomes that could be directly or indirectly related to the utilization of this resource.