Auditory Processing Disorder 101

Auditory Processing Disorder 101

Please share: Auditory processing disorders are often masked as other things. Sometimes, people think kids aren’t paying attention or are daydreaming. In fact, it can take the brain some extra time to process the information coming through the auditory system....
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...
What Are Pre Writing Skills?

What Are Pre Writing Skills?

Please share: What are pre-writing skills and why does my child need them?Babies are born with hands that are curled up and only reflexively grasp their caregiver’s finger. Through practice and play they quickly learn that their actions cause their toy to light...
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...
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...

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