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Organizing Crafts, Games, and Toys – Tips from an OT

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I love buying toys, crafts, stationery and games for my occupational therapy practice! It is no wonder that I have amassed a serious collection of materials over the past two decades. This, in turn, has led me to buy many bookshelves to house these materials. When I considered buying a

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Practical OT Activities for Home – Part 3

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Occupational therapists often work with children to remediate visual motor skills. These are foundational skills that integrate visual perception and motor coordination. When these skills are effectively working together, children can participate in daily activities such as cutting, coloring, writing, tying shoelaces, catching, or kicking effectively. Visual perception is the

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Practical OT Activities for Home – Part 2

Children who struggle with sensory processing may have trouble interpreting sensory information correctly in order to make an appropriate response. They may cry from too much noise in the classroom. Or they may get very irritated by a seam or tag on their clothes. An Occupational Therapist can help with

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Practical OT Activities for Home – Part 1

[responsivevoice_button voice=”UK English Female” buttontext=”Listen to Post”] I love lists – they’re quick and easy to reference. So, I wanted to make a “glossary” of sorts to explain the jargon that appears in occupational therapy reports and to provide associated activities that can be worked on at home. Therapy is

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Saving the ABC’s for Generation Z

[responsivevoice_button voice=”UK English Female” buttontext=”Listen to Post”] To become proficient writers, students need to know how to handwrite. Although technology is becoming more accessible in higher grades, students in lower grades still depend on pencil-and-paper for written communication. To handwrite, they need to know how to make their letters, and

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Happy National Handwriting Day!

[responsivevoice_button voice=”UK English Female” buttontext=”Listen to Post”] Dear Teachers, Today, January 23rd is National Handwriting Day. It seems like a great occasion for a celebration (and cake), but quite frankly, handwriting has gotten a pretty bad rap! Its previous status as a central pillar of literacy has been tarnished, and it

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