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If you are familiar with occupational therapy in a pediatric or sensory setting, you have likely been introduced to “the brush.” But how much do you really know about this intervention tool? 1. You’re not supposed to call it “brushing.” … Continue reading
While there are many different listening therapies out there, I’m going to discuss the one that I have had the most experience implementing in a clinical setting, and just happen to be certified in (I know, fancy, huh?). This program … Continue reading
First allow me to start with a disclaimer: I am an OT. I think OT is awesome. However, it would be delusional of me to think that OT is the only therapy out there for kids with special needs. There … Continue reading
Handwriting Without Tears. D’Nealian. Zaner-Bloser. While these words might look like gibberish, they are actually the names of some of the most common handwriting programs used in schools today. Believe it or not, I’ve had some pretty hot debates with parents and … Continue reading