Category Archives: OT

Pediatric Therapy Find of the Week: The Incredible Moodbear

Bumped into this one on Pinterest.  I LOVE this!! Perfect for the desk of the school psychologist, or any therapy clinician working on emotions and social skills! [Source:  Skizzenblog]   Download the Free Template HERE


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Worth Repeating: The Life Skill More Kids With Special Needs Should Learn

[Source:  Love That Max] School officials in Jurupa Valley, California, apologized last week for having Patriot High School students in special ed sort through campus trash bins for recyclables. The activity was part of a functional skills program, which also includes doing … Continue reading


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Interview Tip: Don’t Forget the Follow-up

It may seem like your interview is over when you shake the employers hand, leave the facility and head home, but it’s most definitely not.   How you conduct yourself post-interview, can significantly improve, or ruin the impression you have made … Continue reading


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Worth Repeating: A Critical Response to “The Kids Who Beat Autism”

Editor’s Note:  PediaStaff ran this story when the NYT article came out.   We thought this was an important followup. by Steven Kapp, M.A. I critically lectured on autism and “outcomes” like “recovery” for my UCLA Autism and Neurodiversity class … Continue reading


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Pinterest Pin of the Week: Cursive Monsters

Saw this photo on Pinterest of Cursive Monsters.    Great start of school activity.  Display all the new monsters in your classroom by making Cursive Monsters!    So fun!   It didn’t lead to a blog post so I did … Continue reading


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