From handwriting to hair washing – Sensory Processing to school, it’s ALL here in our book series!
6 Different books to help your child in ALL settings!
Written by Cara Koscinski MOT, OTR/L, a pediatric occupational therapist
Each book is PACKED with hundreds of resources and helpful and FUN activities that you can try IMMEDIATELY with your child or student! Tried and true techniques for you. These handy books are designed to go anywhere at
Many people struggle with sensory processing difficulties. Regulating emotions, knowing when to eat, drink, go to the toilet, and feeling your breathing and heart rate all depend on our internal awareness. Interoception is critical to feel and understand what is going on inside of your body. However, when someone has difficulty processing interoception, knowledge of emotions and regulation of basic body functions can be interrupted causing great frustration. This book contains all you need to know about interoception including the most recent research. Easy to read explanations followed by helpful ideas you can use immediately after reading, make the book an invaluable addition to your collection. Each activity is carefully chosen for both adults and children and will counteract poor interoceptive awareness.
- Introducing the new ‘ORGAN FRIENDS’ characters to help your child learn about feelings, emotions, and body sensations.
- Packed with activities to do today!
- Anger chart
- Positive and negative emotions naming activities
THE resource for treatment activities that impact the vestibular system. Activities with and without suspension equipment are included!
Optimal function of our bodies occurs when our sensory and motor systems are strong and able to adapt to the demands of the environment. Today’s children often struggle with fidgeting, decreased attention, and immature motor patterns which manifest themselves through frustration and behavior issues. When our body’s systems are not integrated to form a strong foundation, difficulties in many areas occur.
PACKED with activities to help children and contains a helpful movement and vision assessment. Perfect for every OT clinician!
After purchase, you can download activities in PDF format PLUS you’ll get the ‘organ friends’ characters to use with your students.
Contains the VAMPS assessment! Also, instructions on completing the assessment as well as activities to help your students!
Translated into Mandarin Chinese and several languages
Family Choice Award
The Parent’s Guide to OT for Autism & Special Needs is an illuminating and essential guide for caregivers of children with autism, difficulty with fine and gross motor coordination, Sensory Processing Disorder, handwriting, toileting, bathing and dressing and so much more! It contains questions that are frequently asked
- Sensory Processing
- Core/Body Muscle Weakness
- Feeding Therapy
- Hair Washing, Teeth Brushing
- Life Skills
- Developmental Charts and Information
Every section is followed by a detailed explanation that is easy to understand. We then give you activities that are called ‘Out of the Pocket’ Activities. They are occupational therapy favorites, and are tried and true to help your child achieve success while having FUN!
This book is GREAT for new OT graduates or those new to pediatric therapy too!
Our new SCHOOL
- Dyslexia, Dyscalculia
- Learning Disorders
- ADHD/ADD strategies
- IEP goals and accommodations
- Sensory Rooms
- Gym and Cafeteria tips
- Sensory Processing Information and
sensory-friendly ways to help students in classrooms
There are hundreds of ‘Out of the Pocket’ activities that can be done in schools and homeschools to help students. Each chapter has a thorough resource list with website information.
Teachers, new OTs, special educators, Classroom Aides, and Parents will find this book as a wonderful resource to all things SCHOOL related.
First of its kind!
Endorsed by Temple Grandin
& Shannon Penrod, host of AutismLive
Providing everything you need to know about the use of weighted blankets to help with sensory integration, improve sleep, ease chronic pain and more.
This book includes:
· What a weighted blanket is and how it may work
· An exploration of deep pressure and how weight on the body affects the mind
· Guidelines for using weighted blankets at home and in professional environments
· Studies into the effectiveness of weighted blankets
· Advice on how to select an appropriately weighted blanket or sew your own.
Cristy Balcells, author of Living Well with Mitochondrial Disease
Written by a teenager with mitochondrial disease, this charming book is written in
Co-authored by Cara Koscinski, a pediatric occupational therapist. She’s Joshua’s mother and has helped Joshua with diagnosis, symptom management, tube feedings, and many tests and hospitalizations for mitochondrial disease.
A MUST-HAVE for any child dealing with Mito!
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