5 Ways to Add Movement to Learning

5 Ways to Add Movement to Learning

Please share: Sit Still and Pay Attention!How many times have we heard this in our lives? I know my generation was expected to sit without fidgeting or moving during learning activities. If we didn’t, there was punishment or reprimand. Unfortunately, things are...
5 Ways to Assess Movement to Build Functional Outcomes

5 Ways to Assess Movement to Build Functional Outcomes

Please share: Therapists, looking for tips to assess your students’ movement for better functional outcomes? Me too! I have been doing a ton of research for improving functional outcomes. Some of the same activities over and over get boring for me and for my...
5 Fun President’s Day Fine Motor Activities

5 Fun President’s Day Fine Motor Activities

Please share: It’s President’s Day and this year, I’ve found some really fun activities that will fit goals for fine motor, executive function (specifically planning, following directions, and executing), and gross motor goals. Presidents’ Day...
Top 15 Occupational Therapist New Year Goals for 2018

Top 15 Occupational Therapist New Year Goals for 2018

Please share: Happy New Year! Visual changes are powerful reminders. Watching the ball drop last night made me reflect on the last year and dream about the possibilities of a brand new year. Resolutions and goals bring excitement and enthusiasm for what’s to...
Dyspraxia — The Invisible Disorder of Coordination & Sensory

Dyspraxia — The Invisible Disorder of Coordination & Sensory

Please share:  Many children are exhausted by the daily routines of life and school. Often in my conferences, parents ask me why their child experiences a total meltdown as soon as they get into the car or home. My own son experiences this and I understand the...

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