5 OT Tips for Boosting Productivity

5 OT Tips for Boosting Productivity

Please share: OT is BOOMING! We are in demand and are showing our unique value.  Occupational therapy is growing by leaps and bounds and it’s a beautiful thing! As an educator, I see how excited students are about entering OT. There’s also no shortage of...
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 Questions from My School-Based OT Conferences

5 Questions from My School-Based OT Conferences

Please share: OT friends, you know how much I love traveling across our beautiful country delivering conferences to fellow therapists. Last week, I traversed to Albuquerque, NM, and Denver, CO. I can not begin to put the beauty of NM into words. The Sandia Mountains...
Puberty in Autism & Sensory Processing Disorder –  5 Tips for Teens

Puberty in Autism & Sensory Processing Disorder – 5 Tips for Teens

Please share: How Can I Help My Teenager with Autism or SPD To Learn About Sex, Masturbation, & Menstruation?This post comes from one of my readers. It’s a question I’m asked quite often.  The sense of interoception (our body’s eighth sensory...
Awesome Education Resources – Many Free!

Awesome Education Resources – Many Free!

Please share: Friends, I’m SO excited to give you information that is easy to use and truly benefits your children and OT students.  This week, I want to introduce you to Education.com Michelle, a retired special education teacher referred me to the...

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