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Backward Chaining - What is an example of backward chaining in occupational therapy?


In occupational therapy, the last step of a backward chain is frequently employed as a reward. The youth will always finish the activity on their own if this is the case. Take the simple act of donning a pair of socks as an example. Step one is to get the sock in the right position, and step three is to pull it up.