-The Anonymous OT’s mission is to provide a place for families and professionals to interact, speak freely, and share their experiences related to the world of pediatric occupational therapy.
-All opinions expressed are my own and in no way affiliated with any company I work with now or in the past.
-Always seek the advice of a professional for your OT concerns.
- Follow @theanonymousOT
Browse by topic:
Tag Archives: Reviews
Coloring in the lines? That’s so…conformist! Ok, so maybe it’s an important skill when it comes to fine motor control and spatial awareness. Recently, I’ve found myself working on this skill quite a bit, so I went to Pinterest to … Continue reading
Oh Pinterest, what did we do before you? Inspiration. Treatment Ideas. Pretty pictures of delicious meals I’ll never, ever make… Ok, ok, back to business. If you want to take a look at past Pinterest pins I’ve tested in therapy, … Continue reading
Let’s face it- tablets, iPads, smart phones… they are pretty much everywhere these days, even in the therapy world. While these gadgets are obviously the new normal, it is very important to remember the importance of good ol’ fashioned fine … Continue reading
To see all Pinterest test pins, click here. It happened: that overconfidence that comes with a series of successful crafting attempts. This week I decided to go for a more ambitious project – creating my own Wikki Stix at home. … Continue reading
The search for the perfect app can easily become overwhelming. I have to admit, I feel inept as a therapist if I don’t have the latest and greatest program on my iPad. I’ll see another therapist working on something with … Continue reading
To see all Pinterest test pins, click here. This week’s test pin was inspired by an activity pinned from mrsleeskinderkids.blogspot.com. (You can find the original pin here.) This activity uses popsicle sticks as a way to reinforce math concepts. The … Continue reading
To see all Pinterest test pins, click here. This week’s Pinterest test pin is all about finger isolation and dexterity. Here is the original pin: (Image from http://yourtherapysource.com) This looked like a relatively easy craft project and a fun way … Continue reading