Category Archives: OT

Autism Corner: Why an Inclusive Classroom isn’t the Best Fit for my Autistic Daughter

[Source:  Washington Post] “I wish I got to spend more time with Charlotte,” the teacher told me with a slight frown. “It’s hard for her to make friends when she’s not here very much.” We were sitting at a child-sized … Continue reading

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Chuck E. Cheese’s Eyes Autism Market

[Source: Disability Scoop] Children’s entertainment center Chuck E. Cheese’s is looking to make its offering more accessible to kids with autism and other special needs. The restaurant chain says it is introducing “Sensory Sensitive Sundays,” a monthly event designed to … Continue reading

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Hot Job! Pediatric Clinic OT – Tulsa, Oklahoma

Call Us at 866-733-4278 or Apply Online for This Job Today! Pediatric Occupational Therapist needed to join an established multi-disciplinary clinic team in Tulsa, OK!  Tulsa boasts one of the most vibrant places to live in mid-America…with universities, sports, shopping, … Continue reading

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Autism Documentary To Premiere On A&E

[Source:  Disability Scoop] Roger Ross Williams’ feature-length documentary “Life, Animated,” will have its television premiere at 8 p.m. ET Saturday on the A&E Network. “We are thrilled,” Williams announced on the film’s Facebook page. “What a wonderful way to start … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Ways to Distinguish Between Picky Eating and a Pediatric Feeding Disorder

[Source: Newswise] Catering to a child who is a picky eater is like being a short-order cook: chaotic. Dinnertime becomes a war zone, leading to hopeless battles fought over vegetables and macaroni and cheese. Picky eating is as normal as … Continue reading

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