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April is here! I’m always so excited when occupational therapy month comes. It’s fun to celebrate OTs since we work so hard to help others. Offering items that help OTs or to make our jobs easier is my goal this year.

 

Here’s a list of my current FREEBIES!

Feel free to use in your clinic, hand to parents, or use in your OT training program as long as you don’t alter them in any way.

Is it Sensory or Behavior Informational Sheets

Nature Scavenger Hunt Activity Page A-Z

Sensory Play Activities Page

What is Occupational Therapy Info. Sheet

Antique Egg Coloring Page

Fire Truck Puzzle (from the fire awareness life skills pack)

There’s so many more coming in the next month to correspond with the release of my NEW book, Interoception:  How I Feel, Sensing My World From the Inside Out

 

I want you to search the blog for many free recipes to dough, slime, fun activities and so much more….all at no cost to you.  My passion is to help OTs as they help our children.

SPECIAL DISCOUNT for Pocket OT Fans!

When checking out, enter code PocketOT

Please share with your fellow therapists….this deal is not going away!

 

FREE Videos on my YouTube Channel

Here’s one of many videos you’ll find on my YouTube Channel……adding more weekly!

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